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TU demands govt security


28 August 2022  

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KATHMANDU: The Tribhuvan University has demanded the government’s security stating that it has been receiving threats from a student union.
Issuing a press statement on Sunday, TU accused the Nepal Students Union, Kirtipur of issuing threats to TU staffs, office bearers and employees and to padlock, vandalize and encircle it. It has also created obstructions in TU’s daily administrative work by barging into the office, it blamed.

“Main administrative building of the central office has been padlocked. As a result, TU’s day-to-day official work has come to a halt. It has appealed to the Ministry of Home Affairs to take necessary action against the group that is trying to take the TU hostage through a padlocking, and manage security personnel and provide security,” read the statement.

Similarly, as a result of the padlocking of the account section, TU, college staffs and employees across the country under the TU have been deprived of salaries since two months, according to the statement. Also, retired college staffs and employees have also been deprived of pension and gratuity.

Publish Date : 28 August 2022 15:40 PM

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