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Tripura Government Teachers’ Association holds state conference, criticizes BJP and TMC


BY TC News Desk

Agartala, November 25: The Tripura Government Teachers’ Association (TGT) organized its seventh tri-annual state conference at Agartala Town Hall on Saturday. The two-day long event was attended by 660 teacher representatives from 23 sub-district committees of the state. The conference began with the hoisting of the organization’s flag by TGT General Secretary Sukant Banerjee, who was also the main speaker.

Banerjee addressed a public rally ahead of the conference, where he slammed the BJP-led government in Tripura and the TMC-led government in West Bengal. He said that both the parties came to power by spreading false propaganda and buying votes. He accused the BJP of promoting corruption and distributing money in Tripura. He also alleged that the TMC was backed by foreign money and imperialist powers to oust the 34-year-old Left Front government in West Bengal.

Banerjee praised the achievements of the Left Front government in both the states, saying that they had brought progress in every field, including farmers, teachers, employees, and industries. He said that the people were now reviewing how much development was made during the Left Front rule. He urged the teachers to unite and fight against the fascist and anti-people forces.

The conference also saw the participation of other leaders, such as STFI Joint General Secretary Sukumar Paul and TECC General Secretary Swapan Bal. They discussed the current situation and the challenges faced by the teachers in the state. They also expressed their solidarity with the ongoing farmers’ protest in the country.

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