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At first I welcome the comments made by our dear friend Biku. Of course we should not entertain or support anything illegal. Now I think I should elaborate my point of view to state that I did not suggest anything illegal. First of all I suggested her to join her duty then file application having some reasonable ground. She already stated that she has been taking care of her 22 months child and if the Govt. becomes fair enough to treat all equally, she will also be eligible to avail the so called “child care leave”. I already said her that the ground she mentioned regarding accompaining her husband was not enough to consider as unavoidable. But when the Govt is kind enough to consider the fact of child care so drastically, why it should not be a solid ground to consider as unavoidable? Though the entire matter will depend upon the MC and DI, I just tried to show her the actual and legal process and there is nothing illegal I shown to the best of my knowledge. Lets see what our other friends say.
Dear friend (Biku), I appreciate your way of thinking as you told that we should keep in mind the interest of students but we cant give off our rights and sacrify all in the interest of service. We cant deprive our family too. I actually intended to tell her to apply for the leave if she have some reasonable ground which seem to be unavoidable. Now if she dont have such ground, she will not apply or it will not be allowed by the competent authority. Rather I tried to avoid the illegal matters like she said that someone has been working in her place and she has been paying a part of her salary. Thats totally illegal. I hope my friend will be good enough to understand me.