The Uttarakhand Secondary Teachers Association has threatened to launch the agitation from December 21 in the matter of ending the grant of non-government schools.

The Sangh has said that first the matter will be talked to the CM and the Education Minister and if the matter is not made, the movement will be waged in due course.

In the meeting of Secondary Teachers Association held online on Sunday, the state president of the union, Dr. Anil Sharma said that teachers and employees of non-government schools are constantly being ignored in the state. On the basis of the review of the schools, their grant is being canceled. The kind of mandate issued by the government in this regard will not be tolerated at all.

State General Minister Jagmohan Singh Rawat said that non-government schools are being discriminated against. The salary budget of these schools is not released in time. Despite the mandate, Ayushman Golden Cards of teachers and employees of non-government schools are also not being produced. There was a meeting with the Minister of Education on 25 August 2020 regarding various demands of teachers. The minutes of the meeting were not released even after three months.

In the meeting, the teachers demanded clarification of the order, canceling the government’s grant. Teachers also demanded to give session benefits, provide all the benefits of ad hoc service, downgrade promotion to the Principal etc. The teachers also said that the kind of order has been issued by the government in relation to the grant of non-government schools.

There seems to be a conspiracy to discredit the government. Taking cognizance of this, the Chief Minister and the Education Minister should take action against such officers. Provincial Conservator Bhopal Singh Saini, Provincial Convenor EV Kumar, Liladhar, Yashwant Bhandari, Amarpal Singh Chauhan etc. were present in the meeting.

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