Chandigarh, Sep 12 (UNI) Haryana Chief Minister Bhupinder Singh Hooda today announced to set up a Committee under the Chairmanship of Education Minister Mange Ram Gupta to look into the demands of the Guest Teachers and find a solution.
The Chief Minister also ordered to initiate the process of withdrawing the cases registered against the Guest Teachers and assured that no other guest teacher would now be arrested in connection with the unfortunate incident at Rohtak on September 7.
The present State Government had always held the teachers in high esteem and was sensitive towards their problems, the CM told a delegation of President Haryana Guest Teachers Association, led by its president Arun Malik, who met him here today to discuss the Rohtak agitation and thier problems.
Mr Hooda said that the Guest Teachers, whose services had been terminated, would be adjusted preferably in their own districts on vacant seats and in case of no vacancy, in other districts.
The committee would meticulously and sympathetically examine and consider their demands and would also hold meetings with their representatives to find solution to their problems, he said.
The Chief Minister also announced a sum of Rs 50,000 to the Guest Teacher, Mr Hans Raj who was critically injured and directed the hospital authorities to provided best treatment facilities to the other injured teachers.
The Chief Minister also exhorted the guestvteachers to cooperate with the State Government in its initiatives in the education sector.
The Guest Teachers representatives also expressed full confidence in the polices of the present Government and regretted for the unfortunate agitation on September 7.
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