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TJAC goes on indefinite hunger strike
8/30/2018 10:57:25 PM
Early Times Report

Jammu, Aug 30: Teachers' Joint Action Committee (TJAC) today Thursday went on indefinite hunger strike outside press club of Jammu.
According to press release, Teachers' joint action committee which is an amalgam of various Teachers' Organizations, started chain hunger strike for indefinite period. The hunger strike was organised under the banner of Teachers Joint Action Committee under the dynamic leadership of State President JKRETTF Vinod Sharma and State General Secretary JKTF Ganesh Khajuria who are also the senior leaders of TJAC.
The agitating teachers' demands implementation of 7th pay commission in favour of SSA /RMSA Teachers and delinking of SSA salary from MHRD and linking the same with state budget.
TJAC leaders Who were on 24-hour fast on first day of hunger strike includes Vinod Sharma State President JKRTTF, Ganesh Khajuria State General Secretary JKTF, Sukhdev Singh Sumbria State Chief Coordinator JKRTTF, Rajesh Singh Jamwal Provincial President, P.D. Singh, Gotam Singh, Ravinder Manhas, Surjit Singh, Ravinder Chib and Rajeet Singh.
A huge gathering of SSA teachers and masters also held a sit in protest in support of the fasting leaders.
While addressing the Gathering Vinod Sharma, Ganesh khajuria, Rajesh Singh Jamwal, Sukhdev Singh Sumbria lambasted the state government for its casual and biased approach towards SSA/RMSA teachers and Masters who have been deprived of 7th pay commission and their salary has not been linked with the state budget.
They said that due to this negative approach of the government more than 40000 teachers and their families are living in mental trauma. They said that they have been highlighting these issues for last four months from bottom to top and even held many peaceful protests both at Jammu and Srinagar but till date these thousands of teachers are mentally harassed by depriving them of benefit of 7th Pay Commission.
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