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Ban on payment of one day salary of more than two dozen teachers of 10 schools of Madhubani

Ban on payment of one day salary of more than two dozen teachers of 10 schools of Madhubani

Ban on payment of one day salary of more than two dozen teachers of 10 schools of Madhubani

The BDO has taken this action for keeping the school closed unauthorizedly and absent from the school without informing. In this regard, he has mentioned in the letter directed to the local BEO. Teachers have also been asked to respond.

Electoral Officer cum BDO Manish Kumar has banned the payment of one day salary of more than two dozen teachers and teachers of 10 schools of the block.

The BDO has taken this action for keeping the school closed unauthorizedly and absent from the school without informing.

Ban on payment of one-day salary teachers of  Madhubani

In this regard, in a letter directed to the local BEO, he has mentioned that during the field visit on Thursday, he found Government Upgraded Middle School Hathiahi, a newly created Primary School Hathiahi Kushwaha Toll, Government Primary School Sukki Nasi and Primary School Ekdara North completely closed.

Asking clarification from all the teachers including the school head of these four schools, he has ordered to answer them in 24 hours with his intention and postpone the salary of one day of all the teachers till further orders.

At the same time, in the second letter, he mentioned Ram Udgar Singh and Ram Naresh Singh, teachers of Government Primary School Hathiahi Kanya, Baidyanath Kumar Basuki and Sarfu Nisha, teachers of primary Maktab Sukki, Archana Kumari, teachers of primary school Sukki Dakshin Brahmin Toll, Kumari Asha Deepika and Supreet Kumari. ,

Ramashish Ram, teacher of Middle School Sukki, Manoj Kumar Thakur and Gyanvati Jha of Higher Secondary School Sukki and Rinki Kumari, teacher of newly created primary school Sukki, should be stopped till further orders and within 24 hours to the school head.

The media has been directed to submit an explanation with clear reasons and evidence for the absence.

He has directed to postpone the salary of two days due to the absence of teachers Rinki Kumari and Gyanvati Jha from school for two days.

Power failure in Sadar Hospital, uproar

Muzaffarpur: People created ruckus in Sadar Hospital in the afternoon over a sudden power outage. After the generator facility was restored after an hour, people calmed down. After that, the situation returned to normal.

Raju Kumar of the Brahmaputra, who came for the treatment of relatives, told that suddenly there was a power failure in the afternoon. The room, including the emergency and women’s ward, turned dark.

The condition of the patients started getting worse due to the heat. The generator didn’t even run. Due to this, people standing in line to register for corona vaccination got upset.

All online work including registration came to a standstill. There was a lot of commotion due to the delay.

The security forces stationed there pacified the matter by explaining in any way. Meanwhile, the generator was started.

In this regard, Deputy Superintendent NK Choudhary said that the power problem was due to a technical fault. A report has been sought from the manager-in-charge in this regard.

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AUTHORDeepa Chandravanshi

Deepa Chandravanshi is the founder of The Magadha Times & Chandravanshi. Deepa Chandravanshi is a writer, Social Activist & Political Commentator.

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