New Delhi, Aug. 2 -- Over 8,000 teachers of the North Delhi Municipal Corporation, who said they have not received their salaries since May, have threatened to go on strike from August 16 if they are not paid.
The teachers' association said they were yet to receive salaries for May, June and July and on Saturday sent a letter to the north corporation's mayor and education department, giving them a "15 day-ultimatum".
The civic agency said they were facing losses of around 200 crore due to the lockdown, but are working to find a solution to pay the teachers within 10 days.
The north corporation employs around 8,500 teachers across 714 of its primary schools.
Ramniwas Solanki, general secretary, MCD Teachers Association said though school...