Demand for the allocation of jobs to relatives of deceased teachers in the electoral service – Demand for the allocation of jobs to relatives of deceased teachers in the electoral service

Demand for jobs for relatives of deceased teachers in the electoral service
Colony. The Uttar Pradesh Primary Teachers Association has called for the relatives of the deceased teachers to be given jobs during the electoral service in Panchayat. The delegation, led by the Union District President Chandrika Singh, sent the memorandum to the Secretary State Election Commission, the Chief Minister, through the District Magistrate Administrator on Saturday.
The chairman said the memorandum said that 20 teachers and other employees died during the three-stage Panchayat election in the district. Their relatives are said to be supported by the government, but so far the department has not sent their list to the government. It was requested that the financial support of 1 crore rupees, dependent pension, family pension, tip and expenses for treating teachers during the Corona period should be paid to the relatives of the deceased teachers and employees. In addition, the teachers in the Covid control room should be released.
The teachers’ union has called for the list of deceased teachers and employees to be sent to the government after the deceased teacher and other employees have been examined for corona infection by the doctor and other department officials so that their families can benefit.
Treasurer Durgesh Yadav, Vice President Shiv Prakash Singh, Sudhir Tiwari, Praveen Srivastava, Girjesh Choudhary, Rakesh Singh, Dr. Pramod Singh, Umakant Shukla, Rajesh Giri, Rajkumar Tiwari, Pratap Narayan, Ravi Singh, Avinash Dubey, Anil Pathak Yadav etc. were involved.

Demand for jobs for relatives of deceased teachers in the electoral service

Colony. The Uttar Pradesh Primary Teachers Association has called for the relatives of the deceased teachers to be given jobs during the electoral service in Panchayat. The delegation, led by the Union District President Chandrika Singh, sent the memorandum to the Secretary State Election Commission, the Chief Minister, through the District Magistrate Administrator on Saturday.

The chairman said the memorandum said that 20 teachers and other employees died during the three-stage Panchayat election in the district. Their relatives are said to be supported by the government, but so far the department has not sent their list to the government. It was requested that the financial support of 1 crore rupees, dependent pension, family pension, tip and expenses for treating teachers during the Corona period should be paid to the relatives of the deceased teachers and employees. In addition, the teachers in the Covid control room should be released.

The teachers’ union has called for the list of deceased teachers and employees to be sent to the government after the deceased teacher and other employees have been examined for corona infection by the doctor and other department officials so that their families can benefit.

Treasurer Durgesh Yadav, Vice President Shiv Prakash Singh, Sudhir Tiwari, Praveen Srivastava, Girjesh Choudhary, Rakesh Singh, Dr. Pramod Singh, Umakant Shukla, Rajesh Giri, Rajkumar Tiwari, Pratap Narayan, Ravi Singh, Avinash Dubey, Anil Pathak Yadav etc. were involved.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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