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Tripura State Govt employees units staged protest in Agartala demanding ‘No Abolishment of Vacant Posts’, ‘Reappointment of 10323 teachers’ and other demands
TIWN June 4, 2020
Tripura State Govt employees units staged protest in Agartala demanding ‘No Abolishment of Vacant Posts’, ‘Reappointment of 10323 teachers’ and other demands
PHOTO : Tripura State Govt employees units staged protest in Agartala. TIWN Pic June 4, 2020

AGARTALA, June 4 (TIWN): Leftists backed Tripura Govt Employees units have staged protest amid rainy weather with various demands. Along those demands, one demands was centering the most burning issue and recently announced in state that over 3000 primary teachers posts to be abolished. The teachers units have demanded not to abolish these posts. The units have lashed out at the BJP led State Govt for abolishment of over 3000 posts for Undergraduate teachers. Also, protest was staged against privatization of Govt institutions which is leading massive unemployment and future insecurity. Addressing media, in teacher said that in the same way, Tripura Govt sometimes is planning to withdraw science streams from various schools and sometimes taking decision for shutdown of schools. Also demands were raised for the reappointment of 10323 teachers in their previous posts. Also it was said that if salaries are cut for few days in few states due to COVID-19 outbreak, the slashed moneys should be given back.

It can be mentioned here that, in the middle of massive teachers crisis, at least 3103 posts of teachers were abolished in Tripura.

News reports in state has disclosed a memorandum where Govt has abolished these undergraduate posts.

The memorandum says, “The undersigned directed to the State that Education Dept has indicated that there are 3103 numbers of posts of undergraduate (UGT) for surrendering. Finance Dept has concurred the proposal of the Administrative Dept and to convey that the 3103 numbers of excess posts of undergraduate teachers (UGT) stand abolished with immediate effect”.

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