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MSKS urge Government to solve problems

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  14 May 2016 12:00 AM GMT

From a CORRESPONDENT
KOKRAJHAR, May 13: Assam Madhyamik Sikshak and Karmachari Sanstha threatened agitation programme if their demands which included implementing of 6th pay commission, teachers’ appointment and release of arrears are not met at the earliest. The Sanstha in its 49th biennial conference which concluded today at Kokrajhar District Sports Association (KDSA) stadium in Kokrajhar after three days colourful programme, adopted a 40-points resolutions which will be submitted before the new government of Assam. Over 800 delegate and members from 33 district committees of the Sanstha participated in the conference where issues relating to the association were discussed thoroughly and resolutions adopted. Prasanta Datta, president of the Sanstha stated that the state government should implement the sixth pay commission in proper manner and also appoint teachers and releases their arrears. He rued the low salary of the teachers in Assam compared to the Centre. He said the state government should take necessary steps to make suitable facilities to the sikshak and karmachari communities in the state. Rabin Saikia, General Secretary of the Sanstha blames state government of playing tactics in implementing the sixth pay commission saying that the teachers have to face hardship due to negligence by the government.

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