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'Why is the State Govt silent on our Legal Points ? Govt is behaving like 10323 Teachers are not a Part of Tripura' : JMC
TIWN Jan 8, 2021
'Why is the State Govt silent on our Legal Points ? Govt is behaving like 10323 Teachers are not a Part of Tripura' : JMC
PHOTO : 10323 teachers protest on Day 33. TIWN Pic Jan 8, 2021

AGARTALA, Jan 8 (TIWN): 'Joint Movement Committee' of the 10323 Teachers have expressed shocks about Tripura Govt's full silence over their protests and demands, asked, why the "Legal Points" raised by the 10323 teachers have remained unanswered by the Govt ? Talking to the media, a member of the JMC said, "We have many questions but whenever we raise any question, the Govt does not reply, as if we are not a part of the State. At least we have shown certain legal points by which the Govt can save us but Tripura Govt is fully silent over those legal points. We are also among the 37 lakhs of people. Without us, how can the Govt develop the state ? By depriving us, how can it implement its 'Sabka Sath, Sabka Vikas' vision ? Are we not among the all ? Today we are protesting here for 33 days but the Govt has no concern, no sympathy. We are so neglected". The "Legal Point" issue was said here as the 10323 teachers have already cited the verdicts with claiming again and again that their jobs were never gone and only 462 teachers jobs had gone among the 10323 teachers.

 www.youtube.com/watch JMC continues protest on Day 33. TIWN YouTube Video Jan 8, 2021

Also, Tripura Govt yet could not give any termination letter personally to each 10323 teacher, which has raised doubts on the Govt's role further. Now, why is the Govt silent, it is questionable as neither it is directly saying that the 10323 teachers legal points are invalid nor it's supporting it. If the teachers' jobs were truly dismissed, why is the Govt afraid to speak it coherently ?

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