Crime, Education, Karimnagar, National, Telangana

Teachers demand inquiry into HM’s diversion and misutilisation of benefits to the tune of Rs 10 lakhs

KARIMNAGAR, APRIL 05, 2024: Several Teachers unions of Karimnagar district have lodged a complaint against ZPHS LMD colony headmaster P Raja Bhanu Chandra Prakash on the charges of diversion and misutilisation of the teachers’ financial benefits to the tune of Rs 10 lakhs since last two years.

The teachers’ union leaders PRTU, STU, DTF, SGTU and others lodged a complaint with the Commissioner of School of Education and a copy of which was also submitted to Karimnagar DEO Ch Janardhan Rao in Karimnagar town on Friday.

They alleged that the ZPHS LMD complex school headmaster had purposefully not sanctioned the benefits such as medical, childcare and sakalajanula leaves for the teachers for the last two years and added that the headmaster had also collected around Rs 10 lakhs from the teachers by creating duplicate stamps of treasury department and utilised for his selfish needs.

Alleging that the headmaster had deputed an unofficial person as his assistant and misutilised the teachers’ salaries and other benefits, they said and added that when the teachers had demanded him to clear their pending bills the headmaster promised to clear by March 31, 2024, but in vain.

Demanding a thorough inquiry into the alleged irregularities conducted by the headmasters, the teachers union leaders also alleged that the headmaster was showing lenient attitude towards some of the teachers, who were not attending to the school to discharge their duties, by sanctioning medical, union leaves and making them as on-duty. They also charged that the HM was not attending to the phone calls of the complex schools teachers and not sanctioning them any CLs and ELs.

They said that the headmaster had failed to discharge his duties of taking at least eight classes as per rule. Stating that the headmaster, who is also state gazette headmasters’ association leader, was always travelling and failing to discharge his legitimate duties as HM in the school, they said that the HM was not even maintaining cordial relations with the teachers of the complex schools.

Alleging that the headmaster had prepared duplicate stamps of the treasury department, they said that the HM had siphoned off Rs 10 lakhs of teachers wages for his selfish needs. They demanded the government to order for a departmental inquiry into the misuse of teachers wages and utilization of his leaves.  PRTU leader and teacher from MPPS Jogaiahpalli M Tirupathi Reddy, STU leader and teacher from MPPS Alugunur, D Sridhar, DTF leader and MPPS LMD colony B Srinivas, DTF leader and teacher from ZPHS Mannepalli T Tirupathi, SGTU leader V Vijender Reddy and others submitted a memorandum to DEO.


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