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Meghalaya CM's meeting with agitating contractual teachers failed

Meghalaya CM's meeting with agitating contractual teachers failed

Shillong, August 4 (UNI) The talks between Meghalaya Chief Minister Conrad Sangma and agitating contractual teachers held here on Thursday failed to yield any positive result.

The contractual teachers under the banner of Meghalaya Government LP Contractual Teachers’ Association (MGLPSTA) would hold a meeting now to discuss the next course of action to mount pressure on the Conrad Sangma-led government to reinstate them. The government had sacked a total of 800 contractual teachers after they failed to clear the Meghalaya Teacher Eligibility Test (MTET).

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