Initiate dialogue with on strike lecturers: Tarigami to Govt
Srinagar: CPI (M) State Secretary, M Y Tarigami, has urged the Government to initiate negotiations with the representatives of the academic arrangement lecturers in colleges who are on strike in favour of their demands.
In a statement, Tarigami said prolongation of strike would have adverse implications on the class work of students.
Maintaining that such issues are best sorted out through mutual dialogue, Tarigami urged the Government to be responsive to the genuine concerns of the lecturers and bring their leaders on the negotiation table for amicable settlement of their issues.
“Shrugging off from responsibilities by either sides was against the public interests,” he said and suggested the Government and lecturers to come on negotiation table to sort out the issues.
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