Chief Minister Oommen Chandy told the Assembly on Monday that all the 46 nurses, representatives of hospital groups which have promised job for the nurses and political party leaders would take part in the meeting.
He said the meeting would look into weaving the educational loans availed by the nurses.
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For the safe return of the nurses from Tikrit, Chandy said he would like to give credit to the prayers of lakh of people and the willpower of the nurses.
Opposition leader V S Achuthanandan said the ISIS men, who released the nurses unhurt, should not be called terrorists.
The nurses returned after weeks of ordeal at Tikrit Teaching Hospital since the city has been under the control of ISIS.