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Chameleon Politicians forgot Pre-Poll promises : Tripura’s 10323 teachers left Jobless, who were promised about a ‘Secure Livelihood’, ‘Reappointment’, ‘Job-Continuation’ before Assembly Election 2018 by BJP
TIWN May 23, 2020
Chameleon Politicians forgot Pre-Poll promises : Tripura’s 10323 teachers left Jobless, who were promised about a ‘Secure Livelihood’, ‘Reappointment’, ‘Job-Continuation’ before Assembly Election 2018 by BJP
PHOTO : 10323 teachers begged their livelihoods. TIWN Photo.

AGARTALA, May 23 (TIWN): Shocked over the BJP led State Govt’s reluctancy on its pre-poll given promises, terminated 10323 teachers are lashing out at the Govt for its chameleon attitude before and after election to them. The former teachers who have lost their jobs on March 31st, 2020 were never said by BJP Govt to meet such a consequence even few months back of their tenure ending under Supreme Court’s order, but what was they promised was to give a secure livelihood by hook and crook.

From Delhi’s Central leaders to Northeast state Assam’s Education Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, top Central leaders as Sunil Deodhar and even the then Union Finance Minister Lt. Arun Jaitley promised to secure the livelihood of the 10323 teachers as soon as BJP would be voted to power. 

But the reality after 2 years of the election victory has shocked the former teachers, many died in last 2years amid tension and panic and whereas the jobless teachers are now in protest but can’t raise voice due to the COVID-19 pandemic situation, curfews, protocols resulted as cases against the teachers, detention by police.

Hitting the BJP led State Govt, former teacher among 10323 Dalia Das said, “We expect public support for us and our families. Everyone needs food at first for survival. After food, other issues come like treatment, loans etc, but today we are on verge to lose our survival’s hope. It was Education Minister Ratanlal Nath who said that for our survival a petition to be filed, which may secure our lives from jobless situations. Then Chief Minister Biplab Deb announced Rs. 35,000 for us. So, we thought, they might be thinking something for us including our compensation and jobs, but nothing has been done for us. It proves, how much this Govt is neglecting us and how much it is not serious about its own given promises. We have only demand that the Govt to look after us. Many teachers are being harassed to get the Rs. 35,000 but the Govt is fully neglecting us. We beg Govt’s attention for the families who are left in miserable condition after these teachers died”.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gfwqfbNch64&feature=youtu.be Click TIWN YouTube Link, 10323 teachers press meet

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