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ANAATA sympathy on Teacher’s Day
Published on 5 Sep. 2010 12:15 AM IST
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All Nagaland Aggrieved Adhoc Teachers’ Association (ANAATA) has expressed sympathy with members across the state for having to prepare themselves in replying to a time bound (30 days) show cause notice while the entire nation was celebrating and honouring the teachers who were considered the builders of the society. ANAATA maintained that its members “have committed no faults and blameless.”
ANAATA office bearers said that the struggling/disgrace two years of Teacher’s Day faced by its members have no doubt created a gap with its innocent students and regretted for their inability to “fully concentrate” on their noble profession towards their students. However, ANAATA assure its students that the irreparable gap created between them would be renewed with full vigor as and when the state government freed them from the ongoing crisis. ANAATA said that the sleepless nights, mental trauma, social stigma that was threatening its entire being could be best viewed from the eye of the aggrieved members.
It made a fervent appeal the state government to be sincere in solving the matter at the earliest, as the outcome in the current imbroglio would be directly faced by the upcoming generation.
“Dear students, don’t misconstrue us, we really feel for you. We ask of you to remember us in your silent prayer,” the ANAATA appealed though its president Hekiye H. Liriki, general secretary, Solomon Ennio, vice president, Neiphrezo, joint secretary, Veshosa Keyho and treasurer, Vizoneilie Pienyii.

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