Over 11 thousand midday meal workers will lose their employment.

Government schools reopen on Monday . 11,000 midday meal workers relieved from work .

Mysuru, May 21: Hundreds of midday meal workers over 60 years have been able to return to work without paying their rent before government schools reopen on Monday.The estimate of 11,000 workers has been put by the Midday Meals Workers Federation (MMTWF), which has been issued by the Headmasters to relieve midday meal workers who had completed 60 years by March 31, 2022.The government circular makes it clear that those who are relieved are not eligible for any financial assistance.Schools have been asked to hire new cooks, according to Mahhadevamma, a midday meal teacher at Government Higher Primary School in Channapatna village, Nanjangud taluk, who says she started working as a cook in 2003.

On March 31, I was relieved to learn that I was able to attend the MMX I served for nearly 19 years, and just like that, I was expected to leave without any social or financial protection.She grumbled that her first salary was Rs 300 per month, and my last salary was Rs 2,600.It's the first time the midday meal program has been implemented.Workers are being treated without compensation, according to honorary president of the Mysuru Midday Meal Workers Federation and vice president of the state unit, HS Sunanda.

We want the government to continue providing them with services or give them retirement benefits, according to DPI Commissioner Dr R Vishal, who claims that in all government departments those who reach 60 years of service are retiring, as well as midday meal workers, who are being recruited in place of those who have been relieved from service.