Shimla: Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh on Wednesday said that strict action would be taken if the teachers don’t join duties in remote and far flung areas of the state. While addressing a public meeting at Samej in Pandra-Beesh area of Shimla district, Singh said the directions had been issued either to join at the place of posting or give resignation.
He urged the young teachers to serve in remote and far flung areas as the people needed their services. He said that it was also a fact that the teachers who serve in such areas were held in high esteem and respected by people. He said that he was well acquainted with Pandra-Beesh region and even those times when there were no roads, he had visited each and every village of this area. He announced inauguration of newly constructed building of senior secondary school, Samej and directed to raise a boundary wall around the school. The Chief Minister directed the PWD authorities to prepare the estimate regarding beautification of Nau-Nag Lake at Sarpara in Pandra –Beesh.
The government will provide adequate finances for this, he assured. He also directed to find an alternative to connect Samej with Fancha and Ghanvi and to widen the forest road from Samej to Fancha via Sarpara. Later, while addressing a gathering at Jeuri, Virbhadra Singh paid tributes to those martyrs who lost their lives while constructing Hindustan-Tibet road. He said that the ground where public meeting was being organised should be visited by all, at-least once in a year, to pay tributes to those martyrs whose names were inscribed on Pillars behind the stage (Veerta Dwar) who lost their lives while constructing the road. He said that the demand for Sub –Tehsil at Jeuri was not so genuine and added that Rampur was just nearby and the people can always visit the offices at Rampur with ease.
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