Total casework of education employees concludes
Kohima, March 7
The week-long ‘total cease work’ of members of three service organizations in Nagaland has concluded on Saturday.
The three organizations whose members kept away from work were Nagaland School Education Administrative Officers’ Association, Nagaland Secondary School Field Officers’ Forum, and the All Nagaland School Teachers’ Association. The three organizations issued a press release on Saturday cautioning that more agitations will be launched should the government fail to fulfill their demands.
The press release from the central executive of the three employees’ organizations informed that a meeting was conducted on March 7, and ‘thoroughly deliberated the issue and evaluated the process of agitation.’
“Through this press release it expresses its satisfaction and gratitude to all its members throughout the state for the co-operation extended during the cease work agitation from March 2-7,” the groups stated.
According to the leaders of the agitators, the executives of the groups have decided to give a “15-days break starting from March 9 to 23 to facilitate text books distribution to the students of class 1-8.”
“However, it has cautioned that, if government failed to fulfill the demands, indefinite total cease work will resume on March 24 till such time the demands are fulfilled by the government,” the three organizations stated. The members of the central executive body of the three association have also taken note that “some certain individuals from the main cadres are not cooperating with the association particularly officers in the directorate.”
Action will be taken against those officers in any form that may be deemed fit and proper by the associations, the press release added.