Unemployed teachers now move their protest to Jalandhar; climb atop water tank, demand jobs

Manish Fazilka and Jaswant Gubhaya have started their protest from atop the water tank

Tribune News Service

Jalandhar, October 28

Members of BEd TET-pass Unemployed Teachers’ Union on Thursday climbed atop an overhead water tank near Jalandhar bus stand demanding jobs for 9,000 unemployed youth.

Two youths atop the water tank in Jalandhar.

They have now moved to Jalandhar since it is the hometown of new Education Minister Pargat Singh.

Two youths of the union - Manish Fazilka and Jaswant Gubhaya - have started their protest from atop the water tank.

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