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سندھ پروفیسرز اینڈ لیکچررز ایسوسی ایشن کے تحت سندھ بھر کے کالج اساتذہ نے یوم سیاہ منایا، محکمہ تعلیم کے رویے کیخلاف قراردادیں منظور
   
کراچی (اسٹاف رپورٹر) سندھ پروفیسرز اینڈ لیکچررز ایسوسی ایشن کے تحت جمعہ کو سندھ بھر کے کالجوں میں یوم سیاہ منایا گیا۔ احتجاجی اجلاس منعقد ہوئے جس میں محکمہ تعلیم حکومت سندھ کے اساتذہ کے مسائل کو حل نہ کرنے پر شدید غم و غصہ کا اظہار کیا گیا اور محکمہ تعلیم کے رویئے کے خلاف قراردادیں منظور کی گئیں۔ اجلاس میں وزیر تعلیم پر نکتہ چینی کرتے ہوئے کہا گیا کہ وزیر تعلیم چاہے کسی کو بھی کریڈٹ دیں لیکن اساتذہ کے التوا میں پڑے ہوئے مسائل کی طرف توجہ دیں۔ اساتذہ نے کہا کہ سندھ کے سارے اساتذہ کو حکومت سے کافی امیدیں تھیں لیکن کئی ماہ گزرنے کے باوجود اساتذہ کو صرف سبز باغ دکھائے جارہے تھے جس کی وجہ سے مجبور ہوکر اساتذہ کو احتجاج کا راستہ اپنانا پڑا۔


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Sindh Professors and Lecturers Association protest drive gets under way
« Reply #1 on: January 24, 2009, 01:21:31 PM »
Sindh Professors and Lecturers Association protest drive gets under way

Karachi: On the first day of a two-month protest campaign announced by the Sindh Professors and Lecturers Association, college and university teachers observed a 'black day' across the province on Friday against certain policies of the education department and to put pressure on the government for acceptance of their demands.

SPLA spokesman Prof Iftikhar Mohammad Aazmi said the strike was observed against what he described as the negative attitude of the education department's officials, who were still reluctant to solve problems of teachers.

He said teachers had pinned hope on the democratic government for resolution of the issues being faced by the teaching community but they were disappointed.

He noted that teachers passed several resolutions in support of their demands, but the government failed to pay attention to their grievances. That forced the teachers to take to the streets, he said.

The spokesman also criticised the provincial education minister for a statement attributed to him against the teaching community.

According to him, the education minister had said that teachers were involved in politics on the pretext of their demands.

Prof Aazmi warned that they might have to broaden their struggle to other parts of the country if their problems were not solved soon, adding that teachers from Karachi to Kashmore were united in support of their demands.

He further said that conspiracies that were hatched to create differences among them and efforts to fail their movement could not succeed. Ppi

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Teachers observe black day On the call of the Sindh Professors and Lecturers Association

Hyderabad: On the call of the central action committee of the Sindh Professors and Lecturers' Association, black day was observed in all the 242 colleges of the province where black flags were hoisted and college teachers performed their duties wearing black armbands.

A press release of the association said that college teachers were being meted out step-motherly treatment by the bureaucracy appointed during the tenure of the former Sindh chief minister, Dr Arbab Rahim.

Central leaders of the association, Prof Liaquat Aziz, Siddique Unnar, Yaqoob Chandio and others vowed to continue the protest movement till the resolution of the problems of college teachers.

Our Umerkot correspondent adds: Lectures and professors of district Umerkot also observed black day and hoisted black flags at college buildings. They performed their duties wearing black armbands.

Prof Ghulam Nabi Shahani, Prof Jadam Gaju, Prof Najamuddin Soomro, Prof Mir Chand Oad and others urged the relevant authorities to address the genuine issues of college teachers.

They warned that if services of ad hoc lectures were not regularised they would start a long march to Garhi Khuda Bux on Feb 2.

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