JKTF delegation meets Qayoom
Srinagar: A delegation Jammu Kashmir Teachers’ Forum, district Srinagar, led by its president Nisar Hussain Masoodi on Friday visited the residence of EJAC ( Q) president and JKTF chairman Abdul Qayoom Wani to enquire about his health.
Qayoom was recently injured in a road mishap at Bemina Bypass road.
Enquiring about Qayoom’s health, the delegation prayed for his speedy recovery.
Besides district and zonal office-bearers, Masoodi was accompanied by PSC +2 Lecturer Forum chief patron Manzoor Ahmad Shah and Abdullah Haroon.
Some important matters including problems of ReTs and EVs, rent arrears of SSA school buildings, pending salary of third teachers, recent transfers and postings of masters, teachers and lecturers also came up for discussion on the occasion.
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