[AI] Differently-abled persons were demanding government jobs

malkitsingh malkit.best at gmail.com
Sat May 29 11:10:48 EDT 2010


 respected sir i saliut the movement which is started
by  ours brothers i think with this movement a rit should be filed in the 
ounerable cort for fill the back laug
with thanks
malkit singh
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From: "Gopalakrishnan" <gopalakrishnan_vip at yahoo.co.in>
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Subject: [AI] Differently-abled persons were demanding government jobs


> Karunanidhi breaks schedule to meet, convince protesters to withdraw stir
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> Special Correspondent
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> Differently-abled persons were demanding government jobs
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> lending an ear:Chief Minister M.Karunanidhi interacting with 
> differently-abled persons, at the Government General Hospital in Chennai 
> on Friday.
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> Chennai: Chief Minister M. Karunanidhi had an unscheduled appointment on 
> Friday.
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> After learning from the morning newspapers that differently-abled persons 
> were on hunger strike for the third day, he landed up at the Government 
> General Hospital even before his breakfast.
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> Delighted to see the Chief Minister personally arriving to listen to their 
> grievances, the differently-abled persons gave vent to their sorrow. 
> Saying their families shunned them, they pleaded for government 
> employment.
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> Informing them that the government had a separate department for the 
> differently-abled, the Chief Minister told them that they should have 
> approached him personally for redress of grievances. Promising to fulfil 
> their demand within a week, Mr. Karunanidhi asked them to give up their 
> fast and go home.
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> Based on the Chief Minister's assurance, they gave up their protest. 
> Assuring them that the government order would be passed soon, Mr. 
> Karunanidhi returned home for his breakfast, stated an official release.
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> According to it, the government had appointed 77 visually impaired persons 
> trained at the special educators training school in Poonamallee but could 
> not provide jobs immediately to 72 more differently-abled persons from the 
> same school.
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> As per norms, 2 per cent of special educators' posts are reserved for 
> visually impaired and 1 percent for differently-abled.
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> The latter were informed that they would also be appointed through 
> Teachers Recruitment Board as and when vacancies arose.
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> Contending that the government should not differentiate among impaired 
> persons, the differently-abled launched a hunger strike on Wednesday. 
> Despite the Chennai District Welfare Officer for the Disabled promising to 
> take up the issue and in spite of being admitted to the GH, they continued 
> their strike till the Chief Minister met them, the release added.
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> Date:29/05/2010
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> http://www.thehindu.com/2010/05/29/stories/2010052962350400.htm
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