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Arvind Kejriwal joins contractual academics protest in Mohali in Punjab

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Arvind Kejriwal joins contractual teachers protest in Mohali in Punjab

The Aam Aadmi Party is leaving no stone unturned to win the upcoming Punjab elections. As a part of the campaigning for the polls, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal joined a academics’ protest at Mohali and promised to regularise their jobs if his get together involves energy in subsequent 12 months’s Punjab Assembly polls. During his go to to Mohali, Kejriwal backed the continuing protests of the contractual academics towards the Punjab authorities. Arvind Kejriwal visited the protest website exterior the Punjab School Education Board constructing, the place short-term academics have been protesting towards for a number of months demanding regularisation of their jobs. 
During the protests, Arvind Kejriwal was seen urging some academics who’ve climbed to the highest of a water tanker to climb down. He commented that whereas his govt is sending academics to international international locations for coaching, Punjab govt is sending academics to the highest of water tanks.
#WATCH | Delhi CM and AAP chief Arvind Kejriwal urges a bunch of protesting contractual academics, who climbed atop a water tanker, to climb down in Mohali, Punjab pic.twitter.com/IGc8Dcvlct— ANI (@ANI) November 27, 2021
Kejriwal mentioned, ‘I have come here to say that I am ashamed of the whole society and the system that today our teachers should sit at the top of water tanks in protest.’ He then requested the contractual academics who had been on the prime of water tanks, ‘For how many days have you been protesting?’. To which the academics replied that they had been protesting for 47 days.
Then Kejriwal continued, ‘…I have come here to request you that you climb down because you have fever…come down and I promise you that after our government is formed, like how we solved the problems of all the teachers in Delhi, you have heard about Delhi right?…good education is happening in Delhi, which was not done by us but the teachers. We have put our trust in the teachers, we provided all the facilities to the teachers in the Schools…’
The Delhi CM additional added that the Delhi authorities has despatched academics overseas for coaching and mentioned, ‘In Delhi, we have sent teachers to England, Sweden and New Zealand and it is sad to know that here, the Punjab government sends teachers to the top of water tanks.’ He requested the protesting academics to provide one likelihood to the Aam Aadmi Party to type the federal government in Punjab. “You give one chance. If we do not do it, then you can throw us out next time,” he mentioned. 
“I came here today and I promise you that when our government comes, we will regularise you. But I want to assure you on this that I addressed issues of teachers in Delhi. Therefore, we will resolve issues in Punjab as well,” Arvind Kejriwal additional added mentioned.
The contractual academics have claimed that the Punjab authorities haven’t listened to them for a very long time and that they’ve been affected by unemployment for the final 11 years. They need their companies regularised as a few of them have been engaged on contract since 2003.