Teachers staged 48hr mass demonstration in Agartala on March 14.

The Tripura government teachers have observed a mass 48 hours demonstration on March 14. The sit in demonstration was organized under the banner of the All Tripura 10323 Ad-hoc Teachers and Employees’ Association. It was organized at Orient Chowmuhani in the capital city of Agartala where thousands of teachers participated in the demonstration. The demonstration started at 10 am of March 14 and concluded at 10 am of March 16.

The government teacher’s held the sit in demonstration demanding alternative arrangements to keep their jobs. According to the reports, a verdict was passed by the Supreme Court stating that around 10,323 teachers will lose their jobs by March 31, 2020 in Tripura. So, the teachers, who will get terminated, have started a movement in the state of Tripura to save their jobs.

According to the teachers, over 10,323 government teachers with graduate, post-graduate and under-graduate educational qualifications were recruited into the Tripura government schools during the period from 2010 to 2014 when the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) was in power. They also said that the BJP leaders before the 2018 assembly elections promised to protect the jobs of the government teachers. But after coming to power the BJP-led government had filed a fresh appeal in the Supreme Court and the apex court and had granted them one-time final extension of their services, i.e, till March 2020.

As per reports, around 50 government teachers have died due to this reason in the state. So the Teachers’ Association is also demanding the state government to provide a job to the family members of those 50 teachers.

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