Source: Agencies

Source: Agencies

MADHYAPUR THIMI: Agitating employees of Council for Technical Education and Vocational Training (CTEVT) today padlocked its ten divisions, protesting security personnel’s action of forcefully unlocking the council’s main gate yesterday.
The employee’s association had padlocked the office last Friday demanding
that the education minister, Ram Chandra Kushwaha withdraw his decision to summon JB Tandon, member secretary, CTEVT, at the ministry in person.
Organising a press conference today, the employees maintained that they were compelled to lock the divisions since the security personnel had intervened in their peaceful protest.
CTEVT Employee’s Association and Employee’s Organisation today padlocked the offices of the member secretary, vice president as well as examination, information and affiliation divisions for an indefinite period.
Dev Dutta Badu, general secretary, CTEVT Employee’s Association, said, “The
padlock will continue until the minister withdraws his decision and sends the former member secretary back to CTEVT.”
Rohit Dahal, president, CTEVT Employee’s Organisation, said they would not let Kishori Jha, the acting member secretary of the CTEVT, enter the office.