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KP Govt urged to take notice of transferring staff from College in Talash

KP Govt urged to take notice of transferring staff from College in Talash
March 22, 2017

TIMERGARA: The Talash tribe elders and local government representatives on Wednesday demanded of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa government to take notice of politicizing matter of transferring staff from the Government Science and Management College Talash.
The demand was made during a meeting held at the Shamshi Khan and was attended by local elders and LG representatives in large number.
Speaking on the occasion, tehsil councilor Syed Inayat-ur-Rehman, village council nazim Sher Muhammad and others said that classes of different disciplines had started at the college this year. They said the sitting principal and teachers were committed, honest and hardworking and hundreds of students were getting education at the college. They said the principal had been refusing to provide clearance certificate to the concerned contractors as they had not done standard construction work.
The elders said that the contractors were now pressurizing the government and some of the lawmakers for transferring the college principal and other staff. They said the area residents would compel come to the roads if the existing staff was transferred.

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