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BJP Govt cold towards 10323 teachers demands, a massive protest ahead
TIWN March 5, 2019
BJP Govt cold towards 10323 teachers demands, a massive protest ahead
PHOTO : 10323 teachers held a meeting. TIWN Pic March 4

AGARTALA, March 5 (TIWN): Sources in 10323 teachers said that there would be a massive protest against the Govt for its cold attitude to their demands and no worry about their future. Just after 1 year, the ad-hoc teachers are going to be terminated and thus no development come regarding their future, the teacher will go in huge protest. On yesterday also a meeting among the 10323 teachers held, discussed on what to do next. BJP Govt’s cold response to all section of uncertain future holder teachers either 10323 teachers or contractual staffs, resentments have brewed among a huge number of people. Terminated 10,323 teachers who have announced to go in protest if BJP led State Govt doesn’t fulfill their demands, suffering due to tension on their uncertain future. Recently Supreme Court on Govt’s appeal, extended those teachers jobs for 17 months as Tripura schools are suffering from teachers’ crisis. On the other side, as BJP Govt has failed to find out any path to save 10323 teachers jobs "as it is", now another fake-promise allegation are haunting the Govt back.

The 10323 teachers fist lost their jobs in High Court’s verdict in 2014. Then the previous CPI-M led State Sovt managed stay order on High Court’s order by appealing Supreme Court and after much delays in the hearings, finally Supreme Court also in 2017, March 29 terminated all the teachers but with humanitarian view Supreme Court permitted all the 10323 teachers to continue their jobs till December 31st, 2017.When CPI-M led State Govt repealed in Supreme Court to extend their jobs for 1 year, Supreme Court extended the job for 6 months on ad hoc basis and finally only 27 days have left for the teachers final terminations. BJP Govt then appealed in Supreme Court to extend the teachers jobs beyond June 30, 2018 for more 2 years. BJP to urge Supreme Court to extend those teachers jobs till 2020, 30th June and SC also extended for 17 months to control the teachers crisis.

But before the Tripura Assembly Election, which was held in February 2018, BJP as the opposition managed the 10323 teachers to believe if BJP comes in power they will “Resolve” the 10323 teachers problems, but even after around 1 year of passage no solution was done to that issue.

Already, opposition CPI-M and Congress have asked the BJP Govt to resolve the teachers’ problems as soon as possible as they promised to do that in their Vision Document.

 

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