Delhi University Teacher Association DUTA has decided to organise a relay strike of four days against the Chief Minister (CM) Arvind Kejriwal led Delhi Government over the release of inadequate of funds for six colleges
While Delhi Government had on 22 September delivered assets for six completely financed DU schools which are not going through any extraordinary review, the instructors, notwithstanding, have pointed that the assets delivered are not sufficient and may have the option to cover for the forthcoming compensations till July month.
Therefore, fifteen schools under the US organization will drop the conduction of classes as an aspect of the moving group shrewd strike which starts today (28 September) and will go on till 1 October. Talking about the equivalent, DUTA’s leader Rajib Ray attested that there is a cutoff to what the instructors will endure.
Beam said that on the initial two days of the strike, a ‘Satyagraha’ would be watched. He likewise included, “We would prefer not to stop the educating learning measure, however the strike is the least we can do to battle for our privileges.”