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Bengaluru: Private school teachers stage protest; demand government to pay salaries.


Team Udayavani, Dec 17, 2020, 7:34 PM IST

Bengaluru: Private school teachers from various parts of the state took out a protest rally in the city on December 16, demanding salaries from the Karnataka government.  It was led by Associated Managements of Primary and Secondary Schools in Karnataka. They took out a rally from Maurya Circle to Freedom Park.

Teachers claim that it has been tough for them to manage their household government did not give a relief package to them.  They demanded the government to issue a notice on the re-opening of schools. payment of fees, attendance and evaluation etc

Also, they asked to be provided with the free vaccine in the first phase of vaccination.

 

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