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Speed up SIT investigation: ANSTA unit
Published on 25 Aug. 2010 11:50 PM IST
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Expressing concern that regular classes have been “badly affected” owing to shortage of teaching staffs, the all Nagaland school teachers’ association (ANSTA), Dimapur unit, Wednesday urged the state government to pursue in resolving SIT cases, involving teachers, at the earliest.
“The ongoing investigation for over one and half years has seriously affected the families of the teachers including school students of their respective schools,” said ANSTA Dimapur unit president P. Vashum in a release today.
Advocating that “irregularity in appointments should be burdened by employers and not the employees,” Vashum said teachers enlisted as “doubtful” were not able to concentrate on their duties, adding that it was having an “adverse affect” on the students.
Further, expressing concern on the ensuing problem, he said investigation into teachers’ appointments from 2002-2009 was also affecting those teachers appointed prior to 2002, as they were marked “absent” despite their “obedient presence” as and when summoned by SIT and SVC.
Vashum, while highlighting the consequences of any termination order, asserted that several teachers, under the scanner, were family holders with several years of service and grown up children.
“Removal from service would adversely affect these children on account of their parents being too old to seek any alternative employment,” ANSTA unit president remarked.
The association, in the light of stated “facts”, appealed to the state government to show “leniency” and help in resolving the issue at the earliest.

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