STATE TIMES NEWS
JAMMU: Temporary teachers today held a protest under the banner of J and K Temporary Teacher Association 2014 Jammu led by its president Balwinder Singh Pawar to press the government and higher authority of the department to settle their demand of continuation of their services.
Hundred of temporary teachers were gathered in front of Governor’s House here and raised the slogans in support of their demand.
Pawar, while appreciating the Governor N.N Vohra for considering the 61,000 temporary employees of various cadre under regularization policy, said that unfortunately the temporary teachers were not included in said policy.
“Ex-Finance Minister Haseeb Drabu was assured the association that all temporary teachers of 2014 were also included in said 61,000 employees, but unfortunately the they were not included in the approved list,” he alleged. He requested the Governor to settle genuine demand of temporary teachers as they were appointed purely on merit bases.
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