Studies affected after school padlocked
The studies of students of 22 schools in Sinja Rural Municipality were affected after teachers padlocked the school for indefinite period of time.
The teachers are in protest after they did not received remuneration from the last eight months. In protest of this, 22 schools were padlocked for indefinite period of time.
The teachers of 22 schools did not get the salary from the last eight months and in order to protest this, 22 schools in the Rural Municipality were padlocked according to teacher Hari Bahadur Rokaya.
The school was padlocked after their demands were not addressed by the authority according to teachers.
The protestors said that the schools will be padlocked until they do not receive the salary.
Man Datta rawal
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