Sunday, May 20, 2012

Maharashtra teachers called of strike

The Maharashtra Federation of University and College Teachers Organisation (MFUCTO) on Friday withdrew their agitation and called-off their indefinite strike after the government assured that their demands would be fulfilled by June.
Earlier in the day, the Bombay high court had directed the Maharashtra government to file an affidavit by May 25 on what steps had been taken against the teachers of different universities who had resorted to striking indefinitely.
MFUCTO general secretary Tapati Mukhop-adhyay, while replying to the court, said that the strike was their last resort since the government did not heed their demands for a long time.
“As the government has given us an assurance in writing to fulfill our demands by June, we have decided to call off our strike,” he said.

Source : Asian Age

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