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SC grants extension to 10,323 teachers in Tripura

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AGARTALA, Dec 14 - A division bench of the Supreme Court comprising justices Adarsh Kumar Goel and Udai Umesh Lalit on Thursday granted a relief to the 10,323 school teachers who are facing axe from January 1, 2018.�

After hearing petitions on various matters related to the dismissal case the bench extended the services of 10,323 teachers up to�June 30, 2018�giving a major relief to the Left Front government before the Assembly elections scheduled for early next year.

While speaking to the media, Education Minister Tapan Chakraborty said that the State Government had made a plea for one year�s extension in view of critical shortage of teachers due to shortage of teachers in absence of 10,323 teachers.

Chakraborty added that the Special Leave Petition (SLP) and contempt petition were listed�on Thursday�and the bench after hearing senior advocate Rakesh Dwivedi and senior advocate P S Patwalia appearing on behalf of the State Government, permitted the 10,323 to continue in service till June 30, 2018 next.

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SC grants extension to 10,323 teachers in Tripura

AGARTALA, Dec 14 - A division bench of the Supreme Court comprising justices Adarsh Kumar Goel and Udai Umesh Lalit on Thursday granted a relief to the 10,323 school teachers who are facing axe from January 1, 2018.�

After hearing petitions on various matters related to the dismissal case the bench extended the services of 10,323 teachers up to�June 30, 2018�giving a major relief to the Left Front government before the Assembly elections scheduled for early next year.

While speaking to the media, Education Minister Tapan Chakraborty said that the State Government had made a plea for one year�s extension in view of critical shortage of teachers due to shortage of teachers in absence of 10,323 teachers.

Chakraborty added that the Special Leave Petition (SLP) and contempt petition were listed�on Thursday�and the bench after hearing senior advocate Rakesh Dwivedi and senior advocate P S Patwalia appearing on behalf of the State Government, permitted the 10,323 to continue in service till June 30, 2018 next.