ISLAMABAD Scores of teachers belonging to POF Wah Cant staged a protest demonstration in front of National Press Club against the issuance of termination letters from their services by Cant Garrison administration here on Thursday. According to the details, hundreds of teachers were hired by the OPF Wah Cant administration on honorary basis but despite passing 25 years, the said administration did not accommodate them as permanent employees due to which a fair number of these teachers took to the streets. Naheed Nadeem, who was leading the teachers, termed termination letters as cruel decision. She said that it was much condemnable act and exposed the criminal mentality of the Cantt Garrison administration. She said that due to this strange decision of the POF administration unrest was created among the families of sacked teachers. Kalsoom Khan, another teacher, told that she had been working since 15 years on contemporary basis and could not succeed in getting job on permanent bases despite numerous promises. She informed that they wrote several letters to Prim Minister Syed Yousuf Raza Gilani but to no avail. Another teacher said that it was unjust decision that forced them to come outside their homes. She said that many male teachers and serving staff would also suffer due to the inhuman decision. It is relevant to mention here that the incumbent government is claiming that it has regularised all daily wages and contract basis teachers but the plight of hundreds of Wah Cant teachers and non-teaching staff exposed its tall claims. The female teachers were of the view that their basic right was being violated by the Cantt Garrison administration. They informed that they also submitted an application in the Supreme Court in which they requested the Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry for suo motu action. In the said letter submitted with the Registrar of apex court, Cantt Garrison teachers mentioned that Cantt Garrison administration issued them termination letter w.e.f 31st March 2010 on the pretext of over age. An estimated 1500 teachers both male and female would suffer if Cantt Garrison administration did not take back its decision.