Aspirants of 69,000 Assistant Teachers posts, launched online campaign demanding the early order from the Supreme Court. Selected candidates against 37339 Assistant Teachers' posts on Monday launched online campaign and demanded the order before Diwali festival. Aspirants captioned the Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and CMO Uttar Pradesh along with the Basic Education Board Chairman.
Large number of candidates participate in the online campaign launched, demanding quick order from the Supreme Court as recruitment has already taken more than one and half year and still facing Court hearings. Students launched the protest against the state Government and its beurocracy in delaying the joining of the selected candidates.
With a hastag "69k Order before Diwali" students gathered virtually and raised demands urging concerned authorities to ramped-up the process to provide joining to the candidates ahead of Diwali. Candidates also demand appointment against the 37339 posts as they have already waited for more than 1.5 years. Here's how candidates reacted to the campaign "69k Order Before Diwali".
"U gave us an opportunity in 69k and we fulfill all the forms of criterium..still we hv been waiting for two years.why? We pray to allow us as appointed so that we can serve in basic to make this piller of nation stronger", writes Pooja Singh a participant of 69k Assistant Teacher Recruitment.
#69kOrderBeforeDiwali@myogiadityanath Ji, our life has been depressed while waiting for 2years.This Diwali also give us the opportunity to light a lamp of happiness.Plz pray to SC for releasing reserved judgement about 69k teachers vacancy@CMOfficeUP @drdwivedisatish @Aamitabh2— Adarsh Panwar (@AdarshPanwar13) October 19, 2020
Hon'ble @myogiadityanath ji we request you to pray to the Hon'ble Supreme Court & give appointment to remaining candidates 37339 before Diwali, another user writes.
#69kOrderBeforeDiwali— Shiva Sengar (@ShivaSe66408116) October 19, 2020
We req 🙏 for file a pray application for 69k order release to SC ..67867 candidates were select in which 37339 are remaining ...pls do something for our future 😞😞@myogiadityanath@drdwivedisatish @Aamitabh2 @chandramanishu7
However, the State government has ordered to complete the recruitment in short span of time. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has himself saught an reply from the Basic Education Board in this regard, a press release says.