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Teachers' salary due for 6 to 12 months

Warning of Gherav on non-payment of before Diwali

Teachers' salary due for 6 to 12 months

Bikaner / Rajasthan Teachers Union National has given a memorandum to Additional District Education Officer, Elementary Education Ashok Salki under the leadership of pradesh mantri Ravi Acharya to demand payment of arrears  of teachers before Deepawali, and to settle cases of outstanding settlement Demanded to have the checks done due to non-payment of salary

The organization's city inchage Narendra Acharya said that over two dozen teachers have not been paid their salaries for the last 4-5 months and more than half a dozen teachers for 01 year, due to which the teacher is in financial crisis. 

Acharya said that even after several times the teachers who were deprived of salary drew attention of departmental officers in oral and written, they accused the departmental officials of not being serious about the problem. Due to errors of office level, the teachers are suffering from this and demanded to get the reasons of pending pending.

Acharya said that in response to the memorandum, the Additional District Education Officer informed that a letter for the approval of the Directorate of Education for salary-related instructions before Monday for the arrangement of salaries of more than two dozen teachers. Will be written and assured to pay the outstanding salary at the office level before Diwali. Issuance of necessary guidelines for fixation and said to get them disposed of in time.

The organization warned that if there is no action for payment of arrears before Diwali, Gheraav will be performed of the District Education Officer, Primary Education, Bikaner Office.


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