KHERONI, Sept 13: Boycott of classes by teachers of Kopili College, Kheroni entered its second day today following non fulfillment of their demands.
The boycott which started on September 12 will conclude on September 14. During an interaction with the media, the teachers mentioned that they were compelled to carry out the task following non fulfillment of their demands. Their demands said that all the non-provincialized school teachers should be paid an amount of Rs. 20,000/- (twenty thousand) and non teaching staffs should be paid Rs. 10,000 (ten thousand) per month as fixed salary as per the resolution passed during a dharna by teachers and non teaching staffs of All Karbi Anglong non –provincialised college on September 5 at Semson Sing Ingti park, Diphu.
“We have submitted memorandums time and again on the said issue to Assam’s chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal, KAAC CEM Tuliram Ronghang and EM i/c, Education Jagatsing Engti regarding the issue but so far we have not received any assurance and our pleas are turned on deaf ears,” the teachers stated.
The teachers also threatened to carry out indefinite boycott if the authority failed to give in to their demands.
PYCC formation in Duar Bagori constituency concludes
DIPHU, Sept 13: The Duar Bagori Mandal Youth Congress Committee who has been forming Primary Youth Congress Committee in different parts of Duar Bagori MAC Constituency since September 3 concluded its task at Dolamara Mandal Youth Congress Committee office premises at 11:00 am on September 12.
On the concluding day, president of Nilip Block Congress Committee Rajen Engti attended as chief guest while Duar Bagori Mondol Congress Committee president Rensing Teron attended as guest of honour, DMCC secretary Wesly Langne, Bokajan LA Youth Congress Committee president Junmili Teronpi, secretary Charkle Timungpi and Moses Singnar attended as guests respectively.
The DMCC team declared that they managed to form 22 PYCCs during the whole process that lasted for a period of 10 days. They also stated that the PYCCs were formed as grounding task for the forthcoming parliamentary elections.