JAP workers protested across the state demanding implementation of domicile policy

Patna The Janadhikar Party is protested across the state today for the demand of implementing the domicile policy in the appointment of teachers. In this series, on Sunday, under the leadership of Janadhikar Party supremo and former MP Pappu Yadav, Janadhikar Party workers protested fiercely by jamming the four-lane road near Zero Mile Gaya turn, demanding that the Bihar government implement the domicile policy in teacher reinstatement in the state. demanded to be done.

Abolition of domicile policy in teacher recruitment is cheating with the youth of the state – Pappu Yadav

Addressing Chakka Jam, JAP supremo Pappu Yadav said that abolishing the domicile policy in teacher reinstatement in the state is a betrayal of the youth of the state. The Grand Alliance Government should implement the Domicile Policy in teacher reinstatement by changing the teacher manual. Where will the youth of this place go if they do not get jobs in the state itself. This will affect the unemployed of our state. The youth who are hoping to become teachers. They will be in a lot of trouble with this. The government should also think about the welfare of the unemployed youth of the state.

Pappu Yadav said that due to the wrong policies of the Bihar government, the youth are migrating. He said that due to the wrong policies of the Central Government, the number of unemployed has increased tremendously across the country. We want that the domicile policy should be implemented in the appointment of teachers. If the demand of the Janadhikari Party is not fulfilled, further agitation will be held. An activist of ‘JAP’ will go from village to village and agitate for the implementation of the domicile policy.

State President Raghavendra Kushwaha said that the Janadhikar Party is protesting today on July 16 in all the districts across the state by road blockades, demanding the implementation of domicile policy in teachers’ reinstatement. Janadhikar Party is agitating in the interest of the students and for this we will do whatever we have to do. The government will have to listen to the students. State President Raghavendra Kushwaha, National General Secretary and Spokesperson Premchand Singh, National General Secretary Rajesh Ranjan Pappu, National General Secretary Bhai Dinesh, Principal General Secretary Abhijit Singh Chauhan, Javed Khan, Mahesh in the demonstration being led by Patna District President Sachidanand Yadav and Metropolitan President Adi Mehta. Hundreds of people including Yadav, Lalan Singh, Vikas Bansi Ramesh Ram, Student President Manish Yadav, Roshan, Youth Cell President Raju Danveer, Shyam Singh Chauhan Roshan Sharma, Purushottam, Monu were present.


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