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WSKH appeals to government
Published on 20 Apr. 2010 1:13 AM IST
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Western Sumi Kukami Hoho (WSKH) on Monday said it observed that the state government was ‘least bothered’ for about 8000-10000 students in the Western Sumi area who have been affected due to complete closing down of schools because of unavailability/shortage of teachers. WSKH president, Apeto Assumi and general secretary, Jacob Zhimomi in a joint statement said the unavailability/shortage of teachers arose out of the investigation taken up by the SIT on the bogus appointment of teachers. It appealed to the state government and responsible department to take up measures to pronounce its verdict on the SIT investigation at the earliest and look into the plight of the education deprived children who have been badly affected. The WSKH said in a number of schools, the entire teachers have been listed in bogus, doubtful and absentee categories. It said the government must restore the genuine teachers back to their work and do justice to thousands of student victims. If genuine teachers cannot be restored at this moment, the WSKH said, then, the government should find some other alternative so that students were not made to suffer further who have already lost enough time due to irregular functioning of schools in the villages. WSKH pointed out that the academic year was almost getting half way and the careers of the students at stake. “Who will be responsible for their spoilt future?” the WSKH queried. The WSKH said prompt action on the SIT report was necessary as it felt that ‘justice delayed is justice delayed.’

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