‘Salary crisis’ in 12 colleges of Delhi, not just one, lack of funds for 4 years

The issue of ‘salary cut’ is getting heated in Deen Dayal Upadhyay College, which comes under the Delhi government. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has been attacking the Kejriwal government ever since the college notice surfaced in the media and is blaming the Delhi government’s ‘Rewari model’ for it. Now the Chief of Delhi University Teachers Association (DUTA) has claimed that this situation is happening in 12 colleges and facing shortage of funds for 4 years.

DUTA President AK Bagchi told ANI, “The salary is getting delayed due to lack of funds. In 12 colleges including Deen Dayal Upadhyay College, the salary of teachers is being cut or late payment is being done for the last 4 years. In a year we have performed 4-6 times. Medical bills are not being paid. Non-teasing staff are also facing problems.

It is worth noting that a notice has come in the media from Deen Dayal Upadhyay College of Delhi University, in which it has been said that the salary of Assistant Professor and Professor will be withheld from 30 to 50 thousand rupees in July. Referring to the paucity of funds, it has been said that the stalled money will be given after the fund comes. Established in 1990, 100 percent funding of DDU is done by the Delhi government.

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