Hunger strike by contractual lecturers continues, Govt unmoved

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[ May 03, 2017 ] The hunger strike by contractual lecturers (10+2) enters 72nd day but no response has been received from the govt, side till date. They have been demanding for their regularization as per the Civil services Special Provision act 2010. A policy framed for the Regularization of all the ad-hoc/ Contractual/Consolidated employees after rendering seven years of services. Today 10+2 Contractual Lecturers protested in front of the to show resentment. They raising slogans "Layen Gay Layen Gay Hum Kranti Layen""They demanded that their request for regularization be meted out otherwise the condition of J&K State be worsened. And in the coming days it will be led to the dire consequences the BJP has to face in Jammu Division in coming days.While addressing the media person Arun Bakshi said that govt, is warned to stop such type of cruel attitude towards 10+2 Contractual Lecturers or otherwise will be the consequences.BaIvinder kour also threatened that they will intensify agitation and will start the burning of effigies of the Ministers in the coming days.He also said that we have firmly decided to sit on hunger strike till some concrete result comes from govt. He also said that each and everything should be in black and white and also favourable. He also said the association finally decided that we will not lift this Dharna of Hunger Strike tili their cases for Regularization as per Civil Services Special Provision Act 2010 .But govt never paid any attention towards the grievances of 10+2 Contractual Lecturers.While addressing Arun Bakshi said that govt, should avoid its apathetic attitude towards the Contractual Lecturers(10+2) and adopt sympathetic way to settle the problem of the highly educated Contractual Lecturers (10+2) who ar&on hunger strike since 14th Feb. 2017.Mr. Arun Bakshi said that he has demanded %^10+2 lecturers are also contractual vide order no.1584-edu.of 2003 and vide order no.1328 Sf GAD. All the contractual lecturers are to be continued till further order, till their regularization.