State Editions

Mayawati suggest government to adopt empathetic stand resolving Shiksha Mitras issue

| | Lucknow | in Lucknow

Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo Mayawati has suggested the state government to adopt empathetic stand towards resolving the Shiksha Mitras issue.

In a statement released in Lucknow on Tuesday, Mayawati said that many women Shiksha Mitra were also protesting for their rights and appealed to thee Yogi government to adopt a sympathetic stance towwards them. Mayawati said that the Shiksha Mitras were protesting to get justice but the government was not responding in a positive manner and their monthly remuneration has been reduced to Rs 10000. 

Flaying the state government for cane charging the men and women protestors in Lucknow, she said that it showed the Yogi’s government concern towards professionals responsible for moulding the future of the nation. Shiksha Mitras have been on the war path across the state after the Supreme Court upheld an Allahabad High Court verdict of September 2015 quashing their appointment as full-time teachers by the Akhilesh Yadav regime. Expressing her concern about statue theft in Kashiram Green Eco Park, Mayawati said that the state government should take firm action to nab the culprits and prevent recirrence of such incidents. “First it was a fire in the garden and later miscreants took away costly statues while the government kept sleeping,” she alleged.  The BSP chief said that a party delegation met with the CM regarding security and maintenance of Eco Park and other monuments. Speaking on the frequent problems in the operation of Lucknow Metro, Mayawati said that incidents like these were indeed embarrassing for the state.




Sunday Edition

Page generated in 0.3483 seconds.