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Psychopath comrades active in Manik Sarkar's Damage-repairing : One Section of terminated 10323 teachers say 'No' to road blockade
TIWN Dec 6, 2017
Psychopath comrades active in Manik Sarkar's Damage-repairing : One Section of terminated 10323 teachers say 'No' to road blockade
PHOTO : 10323 teachers held press meet at Press club. TIWN Pic Dec 6

AGARTALA, Dec 6 (TIWN): With another shocking note, unbelievable truth has come out that a section of 10323 teachers will not participate in the road blockade, neither they support any pressure upon the state govt. Not only this, the teachers in a press meet at Agartala Press Club today clearly said, "We do not support the road blockade announced by our colleagues, rather, we will hold Mahakaran Abhiyaan tomorrow and also meet the Chief Minister Manik Sarkar and Education Minister Tapan Chakrbaorty in this regard". "Earlier also we met the Chief Minister and we will wait till 15th December to see the action taken by Tripura Govt to secure our lives", said teachers. However, this press conference was expected as same divide and rule policy was implemented in SSA teachers by Manik Sarkar which has left the SSA move till day weak. On the other side, Education Minister since yesterday has remained in Switch Off mode, after the 10323 teachers held the first press conference at Press Club announcing to go in massive protest.

Yesterday teachers in a press clearly said, "As you know we lost out jobs in 2014 but Tripura Govt took the case at Supreme Court but on 29th March Supreme Court also terminated us. Since then Tripura Govt did nothing to save our jobs except Pashe-Achi, Veshe-Jete-Debona etc but all these dialogues are not working in our lives. Even when we are verge of destruction, then also state govt has no headache. Thus, we have no other option left except going in protest along with our whole family. We had no fault behind our termination". "From 6 December 6 AM to 8 December 6 AM, we are giving 48 hrs to Tripura Govt but if no action is taken till then, we will go in vast protests", Teachers told media.

However, today one section of teachers have opposed the move and said they are ready to wait till 15th December. 

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