Friday, 14 February 2020 - 15:48

The protest where 28 trade unions of the Teaching – Principals’ Service participated jointly has ended.  

Subsequent to a discussion they had with Additional Secretary of the President Rohana Abeyratne, the General Secretary of the Lanka Teaching Services Union Mahinda Jayasinghe said that they ended the protest.

They launched a protest opposite the Fort Railway Station this morning based on certain demands including removal of salary anomalies in the Teaching – Principals’ Services and not issuing the circular on interim-allowances.

Subsequently, they marched towards the President’s office and engaged in a protest there.

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