Vocational teachers three days dharna concluded, to intensify the stir after proper discussion

ITANAGAR, The three days peaceful dharna of All Arunachal Vocational Education Teachers Association (AAVETA) has been concluded temporarily here today at Tennis Court, IG park without any response or representatives from government and education department concerned. 

Demanding implementation of 22 percent a hike with 3 percent DA annual with retrospective effects as per the Govt. order and One-Go Regularization of All Vocational Teachers’ and Lab Assistants AAVETA launched their three days dharna on 21st December last with participation of its members from various parts of state. 

Speaking to reporter Boria Pangu , President  AAVETA informed that there is no response from government and even we have not been given appointment and time to met the minister.

We are not begging the state government we are demanding our right and justice and we will be fight till get justice. He said.

Do not think we will be stopped here, very soon after discussion among us we will be again come with a strong resolution for democratic movement and will be fight till we get our demand which we have been pursuing for several years , he added

Further he also said that public should understand that there may be some fault in the system or the department concern or state government so they unable to face with us. they did not want to discuss the issue for a permanent solution, even they don’t want to give us assurance in writing but verbal assurance is being given by them time and again which has compel teacher to come out on road to fight to demand for justice.

He also warns that if any damage during our democratic movement, state government will be held responsibility.   

In state there are 276 AAVETA Vocational Teachers like Tourism/Information Technology), Lab Assistant (Information Technology) under RMSA (ISSE) and doing our duty at 99 higher secondary schools of the state under the department of Education, since 6 years they are serving duty as a TGT and PGT at Higher secondary schools level of class IX to XII like other teachers.

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