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‘Fulfill pre-poll promise given to 10323 rather than debating and diverting issues’, Tapan Chakraborty asks Ratanlal Nath on 10323 teachers issue
TIWN May 7, 2019
‘Fulfill pre-poll promise given to 10323 rather than debating and diverting issues’, Tapan Chakraborty asks Ratanlal Nath on 10323 teachers issue
PHOTO : Left : 10323 Teachers protesting for livelihood, Right : Education Minister Ratanlal Nath, Former Education Minister Tapan Chakraborty.

AGARTALA, May 7 (TIWN): Former Education Minister Tapan Chakraborty on Tuesday in a statement asked the BJP Govt to fulfil the pre-poll promises given to the 10323 teachers. Tapan Chakraborty has condemned Education Minister Ratanlal Nath’s insulting comment to 10323 teachers calling them “incapable”. He said, teachers are backbone of the society and also a King should pay respect to get back respect. “Instead of diverting issues from here to there, the Govt must fulfil the promises given to the people”, said Tapan Chakraborty. 10323 teachers issue is now state’s political debates since in a latenight protest on May 2nd, insulted 10323 teachers over Education / Law Minister Ratanlal Nath’s controversial comment regarding 10323 teachers calling them “incapable”, the teachers told media, “We condemn the ongoing defamation on Chief Minister, but what about our defamation which is done by this Minister day-night ? He has called us incapable and also said, Govt is bound to keep the teachers in job whereas when qualified candidates will come, the 10323 teachers will be removed from the post".

"We want to ask, after such comment can we face the little children in the school ? Are our certificates Fake ? Our marks can be less but do we carrying duplicate certificates ?”

CPI-M’s youth wings TYF, DYFI have condemned Education Minister Ratanlal Nath’s recently uttered insulting remarks against ad-hoc 10323 teachers violating Supreme Court of India’s verdict.

Ratanlal Nath in reply said, teachers should also realize that 72 lakhs have also spent in their legal process.

Nath said, it is only because of CPI-M Govt that 10323 teachers’ jobs were cancelled by the Supreme Court of India and now BJP-IPFT Govt is bearing CPI-M’s sin.

It can be remembered that before coming in power, BJP promised the 10323 teachers that it will end all problems of the teachers and will save their jobs.

The teachers were forced to walk rallies with banners of Modi and Biplab Deb.

After Education Minister Ratanlal Nath has come under massive controversy regarding  his comment over 10323 teachers and opposition asked Ratanlal Nath to apologize before media for calling teachers as “incapable”, BJP Govt has pressed on media limelight that the Govt will start investigation against the 10323 teachers recruitment.

Recently terminated 10323 teachers came in protest demanding Education Minister Ratanlal Nath’s apology for insulting them before media, calling them “incapable”.

The 10323 teachers fist lost their jobs in High Court’s verdict in 2014. Then the previous CPI-M led State Sovt managed stay order on High Court’s order by appealing Supreme Court and after much delays in the hearings, finally Supreme Court also in 2017, March 29 terminated all the teachers but with humanitarian view Supreme Court permitted all the 10323 teachers to continue their jobs till December 31st, 2017.

When CPI-M led State Govt repealed in Supreme Court to extend their jobs for 1 year, Supreme Court extended the job for 6 months on ad hoc basis and finally only 27 days have left for the teachersfinal terminations.

But before the Tripura Assembly Election, which was held in February 2018, BJP as the opposition managed the 10323 teachers to believe if BJP comes in power they will “Resolve” the 10323 teachersproblems.

BJP Govt after holding power then appealed in Supreme Court to extend the teachers jobs beyond June 30, 2018 for more 2 years. BJP to urge Supreme Court to extend those teachers jobs till 2020, 30th June and SC also extended for 17 months to control the teachers crisis.

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