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10323 Teachers held candle march rally for died Teacher Surajit Debbarma, blamed State Govt for his death, warned public not to insult 10323 teachers
TIWN Aug 28, 2019
10323 Teachers held candle march rally for died Teacher Surajit Debbarma, blamed State Govt for his death, warned public not to insult 10323 teachers
PHOTO : 10323 teachers held candle march. TIWN Pic Aug 28, 2019

AGARTALA, Aug 28 (TIWN): Terminated 10323 teachers of Tripura who were terminated by High Court and Supreme Court after massive irregularities were found in the recruitment are undergoing tremendous pressure as their ad-hoc termination is coming closer. On June, 2020 the teachers will end their job tenure as ad-hoc teachers under Supreme Court’s order, but before that the teacher who are striving to save their jobs have lost one more colleague named Surajit Debbarma who allegedly after a talk-show in a local TV channel died in heart attack after one of the orators delivered insulting comment against the teachers. 10323 teachers have warned people not to insult 10323 teachers as “Supreme Court” didn’t say that 10323 teachers are unworthy.

Teacher Bimal Saha said, “For our colleague’s death, only State Govt is responsible. The Ministers do not have time to meet us. Also I warn everyone for the last time to control their mouths before insulting 10323 teachers. We are not subjected for humiliation, Supreme Court didn’t say that we are unqualified”. On the other side, 381 persons who filed petition against 10323 teachers recruitment corruption have demanded equal treatment by the Govt.

According to Supreme Court’s order the 10323 tecahers of Tripura will lose their ad-hoc extension by 2020, June 31st. Since 2014, the terminated 10323 teachers have continued their battles for existence after Tripura High Court in 2014, 7th May terminated all the teachers spotting irregularities in recruitment. The situation started to be critical due to previous CPI-M Govt’s ego against petitioners and instead of providing them jobs according to High Court’s order, the Govt started the battle in Supreme Court and finally Supreme Court in 2017 held High Court’s decision. Now, this is the ultimate time when final decisions about 10323 teachers will be taken.

The current Govt is too undergoing tremendous pressure due to this issue as no solution came out so far. The teachers are now divided in two groups as the faction 10323 victimized Teachers also Association met Education Minister Ratanlal Nath, whereas the ad-hoc 10323 teachers placed deputation to CM. Teachers’ Association member Bimal Saha has called all 10323 teachers to join the mass deputation with them so that the movement get stronger. 

 The teachers said, they have already completed 10 years of their jobs but yet deprive of various benefits. 10323 teachers demanded about regularization according to Vision Document, 7th Pay Commission, die-in-harness jobs for the passed away 10323 teachers family members, EL, CL must be similar like others. The teachers have requested all teachers to join and not to be confused by anyone’s intrigue, urging them to be united forever.

Education Minister Ratanlal Nath said about 10323 that the matter is very critical as Supreme Court’s verdict means the highest Law but Govt will hold a meeting with Education Dept to find out the ways to save 10323 teachers’ lives. He also suggested 10323 teachers to contribute ideas how to solve their problems.

The 10323 teachers fist lost their jobs in High Court’s verdict in 2014 due to irregularities in recruitment. 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.

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