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JAMMU: The relay hunger strike by temporary teachers demanding permanent status has completed five days on Tuesday.
However, the government has turned a deaf ear towards their demand since the strike began on 13th March, lamented the agitating teachers.
Many rounds of agreements were reached with the government since we took to the streets but to no avail, said Balwinder Singh Pawar, President of Temporary Teachers Association, who is part of the relay hunger strike ongoing in front of Press club Jammu.
“Our Hunger strike will continue until our demands are realized”, said Balwinder.
MLA Suchetgarh, Sham Lal Choudhary who visited the strike venue assured them that their issue would be taken up in the coming Assembly. He said adding that Finance Minister Dr. Haseeb Drabu and Minister of State of Education, Priya Sethi also assured them the matter will be discussed.
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