Government should revise rationalisation and transfers: Teachers unions

Government should revise rationalisation and transfers: Teachers unions
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The teacher\'s unions FAPTO and JACTO staged a protest in front of the Collectorate here on Sunday. They demanding that the government revise the transfers orders of teachers under rationalisation immediately. The leaders announced that they are ready to lay siege to the Chief Minister’s office if the government neglects their demands.

Ongole: The teacher's unions FAPTO and JACTO staged a protest in front of the Collectorate here on Sunday. They demanding that the government revise the transfers orders of teachers under rationalisation immediately. The leaders announced that they are ready to lay siege to the Chief Minister’s office if the government neglects their demands.

Parre Venkata Rao, deputy general secretary of FAPTO, said that the teachers are protesting in all districts in various forms for the past few days, but the government is not considering their demands.

He demanded that the government keep its promise of consulting the teacher's associations and discuss, finalise and revise the already issued rationalisation and transfer orders immediately. If the government fails to do so, the teachers will lay siege to the Chief Minister’s office soon, warned Venkata Rao.

STU district president Ch Srinivasa Rao demanded that the government cancel the performance points and conduct web counselling to prove that the transfers are made transparently. UTF state secretary M Venkateswara Reddy alleged that the Minister for Municipal Administration asking the details of municipal teachers, who participated in the protests recently is nothing but for harassment.

JACTO convener and PRTU general secretary Puli Srinivasa Rao said that a large number of girl students are dropping out from the schools and a number of upper primary schools are being shut down with the confused decisions of government.

APTF state vice presidents PV Subba Rao, I Vijayasaradhi, APUS district general secretary K Mallikharjuna Rao, UTF district president K Srinivasa Rao, general secreatary P Ramana Reddy, PRTU district vice-president B Tirupati Swamy, APTF state counseller A Ammaiah, BTA district secretary Ch Venkateswarlu and other leaders also participated in the protest.

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