New Delhi: Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia today asked Lt Governor Anil Baijal to clear a record that would empower the Delhi government to give consistent employments to around 17,000 visitor educators. The Delhi Assembly had last October passed a Bill, which is currently in the LG’s office, on the issue. In a letter to Baijal, Sisodia, who likewise holds the training portfolio, asked for him to pass the record or give his agree to another administration proposition on concurring “weightage” to visitor educators when the procuring procedure is on.
“On the off chance that the Bill is affirmed by you, at that point we should quickly have 17,000 normal instructors. May I, in this way, ask for your excellency to assist the choice on the record with respect to the Bill for regularization of visitor educators,” he said in the letter. He said it would be a “grave foul play” to visitor educators if their employments were not regularized, or in the event that they were not given an inclination in the enlistment procedure.
“It would be grave bad form to the visitor educators on the off chance that you don’t give them a way to regularization; that is whether you neither one of the grants agree to the Bill for regularization of administrations nor acknowledge the proposition for weightage to be conceded to the visitor instructors,” he said. Sisodia said he might want to ask for the L-G to acknowledge both of the two proposition well ahead of time of December 20, the date settled for a notice for instructors by the Delhi Subordinate Services Selection Board.