Two distraught female teachers in Mohali, Punjab climbed a water tank on October 5 to express their demand for a government school job, according to a video shared by ANI on Twitter.

The one-minute, 45-second video shows the two women, Sippy Sharma and Veerpal Kaur, standing on a water tank several meters above the ground. Sharma then shared his ordeal and slammed the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) for giving false hopes by guaranteeing job opportunities to the public a few months ago.

“We were guaranteed jobs by the previous Punjab government but never got them. At that time, AAP was assuring us of jobs, but even after seven months of AAP government, we are still being given false assurance,” said Sharma, who is physically fit. training instructor.

The video, which was shared on Wednesday, has garnered over 11,000 views. Reacting to the clip, one user wrote: “They [AAP] are busy winning other states (sic).

Another Twitter user asked, “Is @ArvindKejriwal hiding or similarly deceiving people in some other part of India?

Teachers’ protests in the past

This is not the first time that the people of Punjab have protested to express their concerns about the job. Earlier this year, unemployed teachers protested outside the house of Education Minister Gurmeet Singh Meet Haier to air their displeasure.

“It was only after Kejriwal’s assurance that we came down from the water tank in January after spending almost three months at the top of the water tank. He was also accompanied by Bhagwant Maan and Gagan Anmol Maan. But now that AAP is in power, they seem to have forgotten all their promises,” Sippy Sharma said in May.

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