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Ad-hoc lecturers boycott classes.

Byline: Anwar Shah Orakzai

PARACHINAR -- Ad-hoc lecturers of FATA announced to boycott from the classes till 5th October in protest for release of their salaries.

As per details, Ad-hoc Lecturers FATA Association President Afsar Khan told The Frontier Post that the contract of ad-hoc lecturers were ended in 2015 but they continued their duties in respective education institutions in FATA and later Supreme Court of Pakistan order on 29 June 2016 to release the salaries of 213 lecturers of tribal.

The concerned authorities did not pay them their right and violated the order of Supreme Court of Pakistan, he added. We perform our duties sincerely but the authorities concerned was doing injustice towards them and did not bothered to listen what problems they are confronting because of stopping of our salaries, he added.

Afsar Khan threatened the authorities to release their salaries till 5th October otherwise they will spend their protest to KP and will start protest rallies in KP and FATA.

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Publication:Frontier Post (Peshawar, Pakistan)
Date:Sep 23, 2016
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