Para teachers’ protest continues even in puja, warning of violent movement

Ranchi: Even during Durga Puja, the indefinite strike of Tet Pass assistant teachers (Assistant Teacher Coordination Committee) continues. His fast unto death and protest in front of Raj Bhavan continued for the 62nd day. State patron Pramod Kumar said that we are forced to protest during Durga Puja also. The coalition government in Bihar has announced to give the status of state employees to 4 lakh para teachers after the pay scale. But in Jharkhand the same coalition government is reluctant to give the pay scale.

Palamu District General Secretary Nirmal Kumar Gupta said that till now no attention has been taken by the government. If our demands are not met before 15th November, we will launch violent agitation. State member Mukhtar Ansari said that the government keeps saying everywhere that the entire problem of para teachers has been solved, which is just nonsense.

Para teachers allege that the government is giving gift after gift to minority school teachers, whereas 3 to 4 thousand of our people are minorities and have also passed TET. Also working for 19-20 years. Then why are we being ignored. Rakesh Kumar Srivastava of Garhwa district said that by just giving assurances, the ministers and MLAs ignore them. May Maa Durga give wisdom to the government.

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