BY TC News Desk
Agartala Dec 31: Finally, after the Deputy CM Jishnu Dev Varma assured to look into the matter, the job aspirants sighed relief. But even after that when no step was taken till date, the aspiring candidates frustrated for being jobless once again gheraoed the Tripura chief minister Dr Manik Saha’s residence with their demand of recruitment.
In a situation where students of different schools across the state are seen protesting on teachers’ shortage, qualified aspiring teachers are also seen protesting on roads demanding jobs.Waiting for few hours, the chief minister finally agreed to meet a delegation of STGT qualified job aspirants. Detailing their stand, the delegation asked the chief minister to give a clear statement on recruitment.
Speaking to the reporters, the youths said, “We have been roaming door-to-door of the ministers with our plea of recruitment although we have qualified the STGT examination. But nothing came into use. The state government has not taken any step regarding our recruitment when the elections are also approaching and all the recruitment process will come to a halt”.“We explained our demands and also highlighted the shortage of teachers to impart education to the students of Classes 9-10”, they added.The youths however expressed hope as the chief minister assured to look into the matter.