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Nitish’s Adhikar Sammelan disrupted again by teachers

Contractual teachers on Wednesday again created noisy scenes at Bihar CM Nitish Kumar’s public meeting in Darbhanga district which provoked him to warn the protesters to refrain from such activities or else his supporters would deal with them.

As soon as he started his speech during the ‘Adhikar Sammelan’ here to explain the need for grant of special category status, about 50-60 contractual teachers raised slogans and displayed placards raising their demand for regularisation of service.

Kumar, who is facing similar protest at all his public meetings since embarking on the ‘Adhikar Yatra’, lost his cool and slammed the protesters for habitually disrupting his meetings.

‘Your (protesters) misconduct has caused embarassment to me,’ he said. ‘I was criticized earlier for recruiting bulk of contractual teachers to improve primary education and in the bargain given employment to large number of educated umemployed youths,’ Kumar said. He warned the contractual teachers against refraining from disruption of his ‘Adhikar Sammelans’ in the districts and said that they will not be spared if his supporters were to take law in their hands to deal with handful of protesters.

Peeved at the frequent protests by the contractual teachers, the CM said that he would not consider their demands at all if it was placed for his consideration.
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