The Delhi College Lecturers’ Affiliation (DUTA) on Tuesday hit out at Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia over his allegations of corruption amongst DU faculties funded by the Delhi authorities, and demanded the discharge of dues to the universities.
“It’s apparent that is one other ploy for his or her callous and inhuman act of not releasing required grant-in-aid to those faculties,” DUTA stated, including that this has resulted in faculty staff going with out salaries for a number of months.
The union claimed that for a couple of 12 months, sanction of grants to those 12 faculties, that are totally funded by the federal government, had been sporadic and insufficient. Delays in launch of funds had led to a crippling impact on the establishments.
The DUTA rejected claims of corruption arguing that three audits have been carried out; and improve in required funds was on account of hike in minimal wage.