NTEJU stages protest in support of demands

Newspoint Bureau
Jammu Tawi, December 20
The ongoing protest of the Non-Teaching Employees of the University of Jammu (NTEJU) today entered into 7th day in support of their long pending issues. The Executive body again appealed the Jammu University authorities to consider the long pending and genuine demands of the Employees and come out with fruitful result at the earliest so that the work related to the student fraternity in particular and others in general may not suffer.
During the demonstration the employees under the banner of Jammu University Non Teaching Employees Union raising slogans for fulfillment of their demands. Speakers on the occasion while reiterating their demands also highlighted many other issues which is the pre-requisition for better working conditions in the University of Jammu. They alleged that the dilly dallying attitude of the University authorities forced the Non Teaching Employees to follow the agitation path which is neither in the interest of Employee nor in the interest of the University. They further elaborated that the Non Teaching Union has given enormous time to fulfill their demands but the authorities remains deaf to ears. As scheduled , the Non Teaching Employees take out a protest march of the University of Jammu and completed in front of VC office amidst slogans. non

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