Receive special leave: Bijnor teachers asked Cm Yogi. Period leave

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Published by: Dimple Sirohi
Updated Wed July 14, 2021 9:38 PM IST

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Both MLAs pledged to take the matter to the Prime Minister and assured that the problem would soon be resolved.

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In Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh, the teachers ‘association asked the government to grant three days’ leave each month. The union sent a memorandum to Sadar MLA Suchi Chaudhary and Chandpur MLA Kamlesh Saini.At the direction of Sulochana Maurya, President of the Uttar Pradesh Mahila Teachers ‘Association, the officers of the Bijnor Mahila Teachers’ Association made a courtesy visit to Sadar MLA Suchi Choudhary and Chandpur MLA Kamlesh Saini on Wednesday by calling the two MLAs in their offices. In the memorandum, District President Poonam Chaudhary informed her about the formation, expansion and action plans of the teachers’ association.

During this time, the Prime Minister was asked to relieve the women serving in the state of unbearable pain during their period and to grant three days of period leave, ie special leave for their better health.

Both MLAs pledged to take the matter to the Prime Minister and assured that the problem would soon be resolved. District President Poonam Chaudhary, District General Secretary Ruchita Singh, Akanksha, Pooja, Neelam Chaudhary, Varsha, Kamini Goyal, Shivani, Meenakshi Chaudhary etc. were present.

The state may make special provisions for the welfare of women and girls in accordance with Articles 15 and 42 of the Constitution. He said that under this provision of the Constitution, the Bihar government has granted special leave to all serving teachers in its state for 30 years (1992).

Let us tell you that the statistics on women’s health during menstruation in India are shocking. Three out of ten girls in India are unaware of their first period. In these difficult times, the participation of women with higher education is also falling.

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In Bijnor, Uttar Pradesh, the teachers ‘association asked the government to grant three days’ leave each month. The union sent a memorandum to Sadar MLA Suchi Chaudhary and Chandpur MLA Kamlesh Saini.

At the direction of Sulochana Maurya, President of the Uttar Pradesh Mahila Teachers ‘Association, the officers of the Bijnor Mahila Teachers’ Association made a courtesy visit to Sadar MLA Suchi Choudhary and Chandpur MLA Kamlesh Saini on Wednesday by calling the two MLAs in their offices. In the memorandum, District President Poonam Chaudhary informed her about the formation, expansion and action plans of the teachers’ association.

During this time, the Prime Minister was asked to relieve the women serving in the state of unbearable pain during their period and to grant three days of period leave, ie special leave for their better health.

Both MLAs pledged to take the matter to the Chief Minister and assured that the problem would soon be resolved. District President Poonam Chaudhary, District General Secretary Ruchita Singh, Akanksha, Pooja, Neelam Chaudhary, Varsha, Kamini Goyal, Shivani, Meenakshi Chaudhary etc. were present.

The state may make special provisions for the welfare of women and girls in accordance with Articles 15 and 42 of the Constitution. He said that under this provision of the Constitution, the Bihar government has granted special leave to all serving teachers in its state for 30 years (1992).

Let us tell you that the statistics on women’s health during menstruation in India are shocking. Three out of ten girls in India are unaware of their first period. In these difficult times, the participation of women with higher education is also falling.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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