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Tripura BJP Govt under tremendous pressure in 10323 teachers issue, Vision Document promise given to teachers for Guaranteed-Livelihood turning 'Fraud', teachers to launch massive protest 
TIWN Oct 29, 2019
Tripura BJP Govt under tremendous pressure in 10323 teachers issue, Vision Document promise given to teachers for Guaranteed-Livelihood turning  'Fraud', teachers to launch massive protest 
PHOTO : 10323 teachers held a meeting, Ratanlal Nath (Education Minister). TIWN Pic Oct 29, 2019

AGARTALA, Oct 29 (TIWN): After the plea of 10323 teachers for reviewing Supreme Court’s verdict which ordered termination 10323 teachers on June, 2020 once ad-hoc tenure ends, was dismissed in the High Court on October 3rd, tensions have gripped the teachers as after 8 months under Supreme Court’s order the teachers ad-hoc job continuation to meet an end. In the mean time one more teacher has passed away which has created massive tension among the teachers. However, in damage repair a section of 10323 teachers asked their colleagues not to take any tension as they have full faith on the BJP Govt that it would solve the issues of the teachers surely.The statement from teacher Chandan Das when only 8 months left for 10323 teachers ad-hoc’s tenure.

Chandan Das said that many teachers are preparing dais to go in protest against the State Govt whereas they have no relation with that protest.  Click TIWN YouTube Link to see Himanta Biswa Sarma's pre-poll fake promises to Tripura

The teachers led by Chandan Das are however very close to Education Minister Ratanlal Nath and said that Govt is trying its best to save 10323 teachers lives.

The address was given by All Tripura 10323 Victimized teachers association, whom Education Minister Ratanlal Nath earlier praised for their 'way of talking'. However, in today's 10323 teachers meeting percentage of presence were very less and thus it's evident that maximum teachers have decided to go in protest. 

On the other side, out of tremendous tensions, many of the 10323 teachers passed away recently, erupted massive resentment, angers among the ad-hoc teachers.

One more teacher who recently passed away has been identified as Sentu Sarkar, resident of Vidyasagar Panchayat in Simna.

He died at the age of 30 only. Reportedly, wife of Sentu Sarkar lost her mental balance due to the shock after her husband passed away. Locals said, she needs time to recover from that shock, although whole area’s people are with the family giving moral supports.

Sentu was the only earner of the family and his parents are both bed-ridden. Sentu left a little child behind him.

Before becoming a teacher, Sentu used to work as daily labour and after he got the job, his 5 sisters were given marry and now he was the only hope of the poor family.

Earlier also ad-hoc teacher Amrit Datta (42), died in sleep in heartattack out of tension about his job,

One more teacher Surajit Debbarma also died in same way after in a talk show he heard an insulting remark from a lawyer in a local TV channel against 10323 teachers.

So far, Govt of Tripura could not come up with a plan how to end 10323 teachers problems, which was promised by its party BJP in Vision Document before the election.

Earlier, the 10,323 teachers said Govt’s decision of continuation of 10323 teachers jobs as ad-hoc is arbitrary. The petitioner claimed many teachers were appointed at the same time but their jobs were not cancelled.

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 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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