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ANAATA appeals for ‘humane approach’
Published on 31 Jul. 2010 12:10 AM IST
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Stating that it has so far remained silent on SIT investigation report on government officials, who were found, involved in bogus appointment of teachers and transfer orders under school education department, the All Nagaland Aggrieved Adhoc Teachers Association (ANAATA) Friday charged some departmental officers of several “clandestine act”. ANAATA president Hekiye H Liriki pointed out that issuing release order to alleged bogus appointees, appending signature on service book of suspected bogus appointees, certifying their LPC, indicating in the service book that incumbent was serving under his establishment by officers has given them legitimacy. Claiming that some of DDOs/DISs did not furnish names of these teachers in the incumbency list for getting them verified before the verification team, Liriki said it was only on extracting the number of teacher by SIT, the responsible officer was compelled to submit the names of the teachers. ANAATA also said that till today no separate charge sheet against “erring official” involved has been filed, except suspending director of school education that too primarily for excess appointment of teacher under 1991 post creation. Putting the blame on department and government for issuing appointment order and approval order, Liriki said for no fault of them many have to be victimized. ANAATA appealed to the authority responsible for “humane approach” rather than “legal solution” which might prolong the matter.

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