New Delhi. Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has canceled the holidays given to teachers in Bihar on the occasion of Chhath. Due to this step of CM, the anger of the teachers has reached its peak. An order has been issued by the government that teachers will report to the school administration even on the occasion of Chhath Puja. Chhath Puja is to be celebrated in Bihar on 19th and 20th November.
Let us tell you that Chhath Puja is considered the center of faith in Bihar. To participate in this festival, migrant Biharis living across the country turn to their state, keeping this in mind, special arrangements are also made by the Railways, but due to the huge number of passengers, the arrangements made by the Railways also Proves to be inadequate, from which you can easily guess the importance of Chhath Puja among the people of Bihar. In such a situation, it is very possible that the teacher community will come together and open a front against Nitish Kumar in the coming days. On the other hand, this time Chhath is to be held on 19th and 20th November. For this, all preparations have already been completed by the state government.
However, earlier a circular was issued by the Education Department, in which schools were directed to be closed between 13 and 21 November, but the government directed teachers to report to school during these holidays also. Due to which there is widespread anger in the state against the Nitish government. It should be noted that the circular issued by the Bihar government regarding holidays also has the signature of Additional Chief Secretary KK Pathak. In this circular it has been said that the holiday of Chhath Puja will be cancelled. On which anger is being expressed. Apart from teachers, officers associated with non-teaching departments have also been instructed to come to school, but children’s leave will continue.