Punjab: After CM’s Meet, School Teachers & Principals Jostle Over Free Lunch, Video Viral

Punjab: After CM's Meet, School Teachers & Principals Jostle Over Free Lunch, Video Viral

The Punjab education department had convened a meeting of over 2,600 school superintendents and district education officers from across the state to listen to suggestions to raise the standard of education in the state. The department had arranged for 57 air-conditioned buses to transport them. Punjab CM Bhagwant Mann even launched an online portal after the conference to pursue suggestions for fetching “out-of-the-box” academic reforms. 

It seemed free for all to grab a plate of lunch after Chief Minister Bhagwant Maan’s meet in Punjab. Dozens of school teachers and principals jostled to get the plate as the incident was captured on camera. When the meeting got over, the venue witnessed a huge ruckus, where teachers were seen getting agitated while grabbing plates for food, as per tweet by IANS. Social media couldn’t get over the video and netizens have started posting funny stuff in comment section. Many even expressed their disappointment over this behaviour of most civilised professionals of our society. After being shared online, the video went crazy viral and has accumulated over 530K views and 14.2K likes. 

The incident took place at a plush resort in Ludhiana when Punjab Chief Minister had called a meet with government teachers and principals to discuss raising the bar of education in government schools. The video of the incident that took place on Tuesday has gone viral on social media. Chaos prevailed as soon as the meeting got over and the guests moved to dining hall for lunch. 

The viral video shows teachers and principals jostling to grab a plate. According to Punjab Education Minister Gurmeet Singh Meet Hayer, the meeting was convened to listen to suggestions by the teachers about educational reforms. Though, after the video got viral on the social media, the people have been criticising and trolling the teachers for their behaviour.

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