Ranchi: HRD Minister Neera Yadav said that the state government was hopeful that the para teachers would be coming forward
for the talks and asked the opposition not to do much politics over the issue. Talking to reporters outside the assembly she said that the NDA government of the state after 2015 has taken many steps for them including increasing their service tenure till 60 years which no other previous governments have done.
The minister who had on December 24 set a deadline for today for the para teachers to come on the table for talks and had also warned them of strict action if they fail to meet the deadline said that she was hopeful that they would come for talks as the day was far away from ending. Ms Yadav said that after they would give in details the list of their demands that the same would be taken before the Chief Minister. She said that since the elections were approaching, therefore, many people are on the agitation mode in support of their demands however she maintained that there was no issue which can not be solved through talks.
Earlier the question hour on the second working day of the winter session of the state assembly was washed out as the opposition remained adamant that a work adjournment over the issue of para teachers be allowed and discussion be held on their demands which was rejected by Speaker Dinesh Oroan.