Jammu & Kashmir: A meeting of the migrant Teachers Forum Kashmir (MTFK) was held here today under the chairmanship of its vice-president Rakesh Pandita. During the meeting, the members hailed the Minister for Education Peerzada Mohammad Sayed for conceding their urgent demand of organizing the training of newly migrant recruits in Jammu and simultaneously issuing the directives to the concerned authorities for making arrangement for such training.
The deputation, met the minister at his resident apprised him about the genuine problems being faced by the newly appointed teachers in valley. The delegation bring into the notice of the minister that due to lack of civic arrangements in valley and pending salaries were the greater concern for the newly appointees. The minister gave a patient hearing to their demands and assured them full support and cooperation. The meeting was attended by its core committee members which includes Shakti Kandroo, Sunil Pandita, Sunil Kumar, Sunil Kup ,Surinder, Ashwani Bhat, Neeru Koul and others.