The JKNPP activists strongly demonstrated against the whimsical manners of working of Dy. Chief Minister under the leadership of Mr. Rajesh Pargotra, Provincial General Secretary of the party.
The workers of the party criticized the inordinate delay for the adjustment of promoted masters and lecturers. Mr. Padgotra while speaking on the occasion strongly flayed the Dy. Chief Minister for transferring seven Directors School Education on one year. The cases of ReT Teachers are pending for regularization after completing their five years term.
The Dy. C.M Mr. Tara Chand has opened a commercial shop in his office and there is transaction of money and a rate list of transfers as under; Principals @ Rs. 2 lacs to 5 lacs, Lecturer @ Rs. 2 lacs, Headmasters @ Rs. 2 lacs, Master @ Rs. 1 lac and Teacher @ 50 thousands.
Mr. Pargotra emphasized that the Dy. C.M Mr. Tara Chand is receiving bribery in the brought day light and is a blatant violation of the oath administered to him by the His Highness Governor of J&K.
Mr. Pargotra requested his highness Governor of J&K Shri N.N Vohra to take action of Education Minister Shri Tara Chand on the basis of repudiation and perjury.
The employees in various category and are working out of their native districts and who have completed their tenure be brought back to their own District. Moreover Mr. Pargotra also criticized the Education Minister for not adopting the policies of rationalization therefore in negation of this policy there is shortage of teaching staff in various schools and the teacher have also been and therefore deputed as BLO’s and therefore the education of the innocent and immaculate children has been badly suffering.
Mr. Pargotra vociferated on the occasion if Mr. Tara Chand does not bring a perceptible and tangible change in the system their will be a strong agitation in the nearest feature.
Others who attended the demonstration Mr. Khajur Singh, Provincial Vice-President, and Sarpanch Raya, Shri Inderpa; Singh (Retd. Sr. Manager ), Capt. Karam Chand Sharma, Ashok Chouhan, Govind Sharma, Pushpinder Singh, Virender Singh, Davinder Singh, Shanker Singh Chib, Kamal Singh Jamwal,, Rajinder Singh Jamwal, Gunwant Singh, Amar Nath Khajuria.