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Retrenched 10,323 teachers’ appeals in the Supreme Court


BY TC News Desk

Agartala, December 19: A segment of the 10,323 terminated teachers from Tripura is set to approach the Supreme Court for justice.

In a press conference held at Agartala Press Club on Tuesday, spokespersons for the dismissed teachers, along with their legal representative, Amrit Lal Saha, provided detailed information about the impending legal proceedings.

The group revealed that a challenge has been presented to the Tripura High Court’s decision, and a Special Leave Petition (SLP) has been filed in the Supreme Court on behalf of Pranab Deb. A mass meeting is planned to address all dismissed teachers and their concerns regarding this matter.

Amrit Lal Saha, the legal counsel for the terminated educators, shed light on the legal strategies and steps taken to contest the verdict in the higher court. The development marks a significant move in the ongoing battle for reinstatement, which has garnered attention and support from various quarters.

The dismissed teachers are organizing a collective effort to address the issue and seek legal recourse. The upcoming meeting is expected to serve as a platform for sharing information, fostering unity, and garnering support from the affected teachers. As the case progresses to the Supreme Court, the educational community and concerned stakeholders await further developments in this crucial legal battle.

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