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Agitating teachers in Meghalaya warned of action

By The Assam Tribune

SHILLONG, June 17 � The Meghalaya government today warned primary teachers who have resolved to go on en masse casual leave of disciplinary action.

Teachers of primary schools in Meghalaya have threatened to go on a five-day casual leave from June 28 protesting non-payment of 40 per cent arrears as per revised pay.

�All districts who have submitted fund requirement proposal in time have received allotment and drawn arrears. The payment release for three districts and one sub-division is pending due to late receipt of proposal, but they are also being processed,� Director of School Education JD Sangma said in a statement. He said it was totally illegal and unjustified to adopt such a resolution for remaining absent from duty. � PTI

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Agitating teachers in Meghalaya warned of action

SHILLONG, June 17 � The Meghalaya government today warned primary teachers who have resolved to go on en masse casual leave of disciplinary action.

Teachers of primary schools in Meghalaya have threatened to go on a five-day casual leave from June 28 protesting non-payment of 40 per cent arrears as per revised pay.

�All districts who have submitted fund requirement proposal in time have received allotment and drawn arrears. The payment release for three districts and one sub-division is pending due to late receipt of proposal, but they are also being processed,� Director of School Education JD Sangma said in a statement. He said it was totally illegal and unjustified to adopt such a resolution for remaining absent from duty. � PTI

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