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SSA teachers to go on 2-day leave en masse
SHILLONG: The SSA teachers in the state have decided to go on a two-day leave en masse on September 24 and 25 as a mark of protest against the state government and the Ministry of Human Resources Development for not paying salary and other dues.
The decision was taken after the deadline given by the teachers to the state for releasing their five months’ salary ended on Wednesday.
HM Marbaniang, general secretary of Meghalaya SSA School Association Central Body, said in a press statement that on September 13, a delegation had met Chief Minister Conrad K Sangma and a day after, a demand notice was submitted to the project director of the State Education Mission Authority of Meghalaya.
The association appealed to all SSA teachers and managing committees of SSA-supported schools in the state to observe two-day mass causal leave and participate in the first phase of the democratic movement.