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ANAATA seeks decision from govt on SIT
Published on 18 Mar. 2010 12:28 AM IST
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All Nagaland Aggrieved Adhoc Teachers’ Association (ANAATA) has urged the government to take decision on the report submitted by the SIT within seven days from the date of issue of submission of this memorandum, on the bogus appointment of teachers. The ANAATA said that the state government would be held solely responsible for any untoward incident that might arise out of the issue. ANAATA alleged that the government has “miserably failed to address the grievances of the aggrieved teachers for the last 14 months,” and urged the government to decide on the SIT report taking into consideration the level of suffering and mental trauma of the members. The ANAATA said in a letter to the chief minister that it was optimistic during the initial stages of the SIT investigation and had readily co-operated with the SIT and department as and when directed. It, however, expressed dismay that the state cabinet had extended the verification of the SIT by another month on March 9, for the “reason best known to you (chief minister)” even after the statistic data have been published. ANAATA has been advocating that government should not make an issue of ‘Ghost’ teachers to delay the aggrieved teachers’ salaries for the last 14 months. It has also demanded for probe by highest level in the central government.

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