Non-Teaching College staff across Maharashtra to go an indefinite strike from March 5

Almost 22,000 non-teaching staff from more than 1,500 colleges across Maharashtra will be participating in the protest

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Once again, the non-teaching staff across Maharashtra have announced to go on an indefinite strike from March 5 to press their several demands.

The protest is being organised by Ashaskiye Mahavidyalayin Sikshaketar Karamchari Sangh (AMSKS). The non-teaching staff association informed that the employees were being paid under Ashwasit Pragati Yojana till November 2018.

However, on December 7, 2018, and February 16, 2019, the Maharashtra government passed a resolution ending the years old scheme. This has affected the earnings of the employees, the association added.

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Apart from the professors, the Janitors, Sanitation workers, and Clerks will be participating in the protest. Nearly 22,000 employees from more than 1,500 colleges will participate.

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