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ANAATA threatens indefinite strike
Published on 23 Mar. 2010 12:50 AM IST
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All Nagaland Aggrieved Adhoc Teachers’ Association (ANAATA) has decided to go for indefinite strike starting March 25 if the state government failed to reply to its 7-day ultimatum served earlier. The deadline expires on March 23. The association said it decided to launch the indefinite agitation taking into consideration the level of suffering and mental trauma suffered by its members for the past 14 months and the continuing “irresponsible” attitude adopted by the government till date. Informing this through a joint statement issued by its president, Hekiye H Liriki and secretary, Solomon Ennio, the ANAATA also asked all its members to reach Kohima one day ahead of the scheduled indefinite agitation and warned that any member who failed to comply with the information would be doing so at their own risk in case of non-extension of their service later. Earlier, the association through a memorandum submitted to the state chief minister demanded the state government to take decision as per the record submitted by the SIT at the earliest.

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