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By EMN Updated: Nov 19, 2014 12:20 am

ANHTU clarifies ACAUT Wokha on money collected


The All Nagaland Hindi Teachers Union (ANHTU) has said that the information collected by the ACAUT Wokha unit from the aggrieved Hindi Teachers Wokha on Monday which was published in local newspaper on November 18 was totally wrong.
The All Nagaland Hindi Teachers Union in a release issued by its general secretary, A.S.Yarthotngam clarified that the amount was not collected by the ANHTU central body but a willing contribution for the expenditure to pursue release of salaries and upgrading of 6th ROP for the 1379 Hindi teachers and the contribution amount was deposited in ANHTU account not in Rometo Sema’s personal account as stated by the ACAUT Wokha Unit.
“ANHTU is ready with the proof, ACAUT Wokha Unit can check if they are keen interested to know.”
Under the request of 1370 Hindi teachers 2012-13 batch, some ANHTU office bearers, members persuaded Ministry of Human Resource and Development, Delhi and the salaries of 1379 Hindi teachers were released upto April 2014 and also till date the work is continuing for the remaining pending salaries, Yarthotngam said and requested all Hindi teachers to tell the truth so that the public are not confused.

SAKK demands release of salaries

The Sumi Aphuyemi Kiphimi Kuqhakulu (SAKK) has extended its support to the Aggrieved Hindi Teachers (AHT) for their ‘genuine stand’. SAKK urged the department of school education (DoSE) and State government to release six months pending salaries without any further delay.
“Education department, being the human resource development, should not be neglected. The non-payment of salaries will not bring any positive changes in our society, infect it is the students who will be victimize and their career will be hampered.”
SAKK appealed to the State government and the concerned department not to remain mute spectator, but to take up the issues at the earliest for the welfare of the student’s community and society. The press release was issued jointly by Tohovi Swu, SAKK president and Kashiho Sheqi, general secretary.


By EMN Updated: Nov 19, 2014 12:20:17 am