Teachers? body to intensify stir

Published on Nov 28, 2006 12:34 AM IST

TEACHERS? BODY decided to kick off a decisive battle against the alleged insulting attitude of the chief development officer of Barabanki. Expressing their anger over manhandling of two teachers of Fateh Chand Jagdish Rai Inter College in Barabanki district by CDO, the members of Uttar Pradesh Intermediate Teachers Association (Sharma group) observed black day. They also handed over a memorandum to district magistrate demanding stringent action against CDO.

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None | By, Gorakhpur

TEACHERS’ BODY decided to kick off a decisive battle against the alleged insulting attitude of the chief development officer of Barabanki. Expressing their anger over manhandling of two teachers of Fateh Chand Jagdish Rai Inter College in Barabanki district by CDO, the members of Uttar Pradesh Intermediate Teachers Association (Sharma group) observed black day. They also handed over a memorandum to district magistrate demanding stringent action against CDO. 

The classes in all intermediate colleges were remained suspended and teachers gathered at Rani Laxmibai Park. They organised a meeting, and shouted slogans against state government. They condemned the silence maintained by the state government officials over the issue. They further demanded that the college sports ground illegally possessed by a minister in the state cabinet should be evacuated.

MLC Dr YD Singh condemned the attitude of the officials and said teachers’ community would not compromise on this issue. He even said that the issue would be raised in the assembly and the association would launch a massive agitation against it.

Teachers’ community leaders Rajkishor Mishra, Ram Mohan Shahi, Balwant Singh and many others blamed that the bureaucrats were persuading the harassing attitude and demanded stringent action against CDO and their colleagues.

They pointed out that the teachers of all inter colleges would go on an indefinite strike and launch court arrest, if the state government did not punish the officials.

District unit president of the association Markandey Singh said the agitation in support of the demands would continue until suspension of the CDO and demanded to lodge an FIR against him.

He appealed the teachers’ community leaders to welcome the state president of the association and MLC Omprakash Sharma who would arrive here on November 28.

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