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RAMNAGAR: Jammu and Kashmir ReT Teachers Forum held a protest in Rani Park Ramnagar under the chairmanship of its State Vice President Bhupinder Singh where in large number of teachers from Zone Kalwanta, Ramnagar, Ghordi and Dudu participated.
While speaking on the occasion, State vice President Bhupinder Singh lambasted the State Government for not considering the genuine issues of more than 65,000 ReTs including clearance of pending salary, transfer policy in favour of RReTs as per the direction of High Court, inclusion of five years services as ReT for seniority benefits, benefit of SRO-43 ,regularisation of all ReTs who have completed their five years service as ReT and waiting for regularisation from last many months ,undue harassment on the name of screening test, adjustment of promotee masters who attain their degrees through distance mode and others.
Singh said that so many times ministers of Govt assured the delegations of forum to clear pending salary of ReTs but no steps has been taken in this regard.
Singh threatened the State Govt to streamline the salary of ReTs and resolve other issues of more than 65 thousands ReTs before 31st March, otherwise forum will call a state meeting of District Presidents and executive members and announce protest programme in favour of genuine demands. Others who were take part in protest includes Sham Singh, Pritam Dhiman, Manmohan Singh, Krishan Lal, Atul Gupta, Pankaj, Surinder, Pawan, Sandeep, Dev Raj, Gayan Chand, Suram Chand, Pritam, Vishal and Arjun.
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