Bring back nonlocal 10+2 Lecturers from Ladakh UT: G A Mir tells JK Govt
Srinagar: The Jammu and Kashmir Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) has sought the transfer of 12+2 nonlocal lecturers from Ladakh UT to J&K, urging the LG Manoj Sinha to address their grievances.
Reacting to the issue of nonlocal 10+2 Lecturers of J&K posted in Ladakh UT, the J&K Pradesh Congress Committee (JKPCC) President G.A. Mir has expressed anguish over the problems being faced by them (Lecturers) and urged the Govt to bring them to J&K UT at right earnest citing the reason as their four-year stay, besides many health issues confronting them, reads a press release issued by the JKPCC.
“Mir said after the reorganization of the J&K, it was mandatory for JK Administration to effect the transfer of Lectures to J&K within a year, which has not happened due to the negligence of the education department, which has failed send the relievers to Ladakh UT, but that doesn’t mean that Lecturers of J&K who are posted there since 2017 would suffer for no fault of theirs,” the press release said.
“I would urge upon the LG Manoj Sinha to look into the grievances of the non-local lecture posted in Ladakh UT to ensure that they were transferred back to J&K UT,” the press release quoted G A Mir as saying.
“Mir also emphasized the education department to resolve the matter without any further delay,” the press release added.