Bathinda, November 2
Representatives of the All Punjab Anganwadi Workers’ Union held a meeting with Punjab School Education Minister Vijay Inder Singla, wherein the latter promised them that their demands will be considered.
Among others demands, anganwadi workers sought that they be given the status of pre-nursery school teachers and children aged between three and six years must be admitted to anganwadi centres.
Hargobind Kaur, state president of the union, said, “Our meeting with Education Minister Vijay Inder Singla turned out to be fruitful, as he has given us a firm assurance that our demands will be fulfilled soon. He said a date will be fixed for another meeting after November 5 in Chandigarh, where top officials, state minister of the Department of Social Security and Development of Women and Children will be present.” — TNS
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