Recently, a seven member's delegation led by Sarma and teacher's representatives met Javadekar with the plea to give one-time relaxation to the appointment of the teachers by amending the Right to Education Act so that their services can be saved.
They added that the state government has assured them of being by their side but nothing positive happened.
Though the services of 10, 323 teachers were terminated on December 31 last year by the top court, it extended their services for another six months on a fresh ad-hoc basis in response to a petition of the state government.
Ahead of the February 2018 Assembly elections, the termination of these teachers is set to become a major political issue in the Left-ruled Tripura, where the BJP has turned into a major opposition with six out of 10 Congress MLAs joining the party.
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