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Heavy Resentment, Tensions among terminated 10323 teachers as Tripura Education Ministry yet to confirm about ‘Alternative Job’ matters as per SC’s verdict
TIWN Aug 28, 2020
Heavy Resentment, Tensions among terminated 10323 teachers as Tripura Education Ministry yet to confirm about ‘Alternative Job’ matters as per SC’s verdict
PHOTO : Left : Education Minister Ratanlal Nath, Right : 10323 teachers protesting in demand of livelihood. (TIWN File Photos)

AGARTALA, Aug 28 (TIWN): SC led terminated 10323 teachers left tensed and resented as Tripura Education Ministry yet to clarify the alternative job arrangement for the teachers as per Supreme Court’s verdicts. Education Minister Ratanlal Nath in his single statement said that there are lots of confusions regarding two paras of the Supreme Court’s verdict but after that no statement came from him which could help the teachers to get a ‘permanent solution’ to their uncertainty. The former teachers have announced about stir to be staged if their problems are not solved soon. A group of teachers started poster campaigning seeking their jobs saying, they have no intention to protest if Govt announce a solution of their problems. Amid hopes of employment, tension is high as the teachers are jobless from March, 2020. Addressing media on Thursday, Ajay Debbarma, PGT-10323 said, “On 5th August, 2020, Supreme Court gave verdict allowing appointment of 10323 teachers in alternative jobs.

Earlier Law Minister Ratanlal Nath promised that whatever Supreme Court’s verdict comes, it will be implemented at the earliest, but now it is almost 1-month but no development has come to the matter. Infact, the Minister did not make any clear statement on the verdict. We don’t know whether it will be implemented or not”.

Explaining the yet existing complexity in the previous steps taken by the Govt, Ajay Debbarma said, “We also have come to know that the counter-affidavits which were submitted in the case in the then Chief Justice Dipak Gupta’s time, based on those 58 writ petitions, the verdict was given but the then State Govt only implemented 57 writ petitions, leaving one of the petitions verdict. It is No.537, 2012 (Science Graduates). But they are also under same verdict”.

The teachers also said, none of the teachers got notice personally and only through media it was seen, asking, why a party in a case will not be served with notices ?

The teachers said, “We will protest in democratic way but while doing protests in democratic way, if anything happens, for that only State Govt will be responsible”.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LY783b3MUfM&feature=youtu.be&fbclid=IwAR0Eh2h7DWWJK9daaXVyD_ncQZkEhtPcnVWa9BEx7eBeB75rHbFWzwlz9Qc 10323 teachers demanded permanent solution of their problems as per Govt's pre-poll promise. TIWN YouTube Video Aug 27, 2020

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