Parents demand legal action against teachers

  • 28 Aug 2008 14:55:55 GMT

    The people of Sri Lanka have been challenged by one of the most ruthless terrorist organization in the world. After suffering for many decades under poor leaderships finally we have a leader who has a clear vision and backbone to face the challenge. Other than LTTE there are many evil forces that he has to overcome. The teachers have a special duty to help the leadership and work with the government rather than becoming a pawn in the hands of JVP or UNP. Teachers should not jeopardize the future of the next generation, for their minor grievances. Teachers should not be a burden to the government at this moment. They are responsible for the products that they generate. They should set example for the entire nation.

  • 29 Aug 2008 04:13:03 GMT

    Do not bribe the teachers with a pay hike.......

    Teachers have a moral responsibility.

    Teachers can not resort to power to be an example BUT

    be an example to show power.

    Threats to those with a conscience, how cheap & low those culpable have become to deny the future of a future generations.

    This is the behaviour GOSL must look into eradicate.

    Weed them out now.

  • 29 Aug 2008 14:48:12 GMT

    Put the trade-union leaders in jail together with Somawansa Amarasinha and his gang

  • 29 Aug 2008 16:46:11 GMT

    Why the Govt wants to ruin the children`s education by stubbornly refusing to pay the teachers 10% of the salary paid to Govt MP`s ????

    Teachers are asking only a consideration for their pay hike.

    How many times the elected politicians had pay increases during the last three years ??? Not to mention the rents of Rs. 100 k and Fuel aloowances of Rs. 80 k per month for Govt MP`s.

    Do the teachers get anything closer to the wives of the MP`s get for their Mobile phone allowances ???