A division bench of the Calcutta Court passed an interim stay on Friday, halting the order to terminate 32,000 school teachers’ jobs.
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About the Decision
The interim stay order was granted in response to the previous order that aimed to terminate the jobs of 32,000 school teachers. This development provides relief to the affected teachers.
Calcutta High Court Grants Interim Stay on Termination of 32,000 School Teachers’ Jobs
In a recent development, the Calcutta High Court’s division bench has issued an interim stay on the order terminating the jobs of 32,000 school teachers. The bench, led by Justice Subrata Talukdar, has ruled that the termination of these teachers’ jobs without providing them with a meaningful opportunity to defend themselves requires judicial intervention.
The controversy surrounding the termination order began when Justice Abhijit Ganguly, in a previous ruling, ordered the cancellation of the appointment of these teachers. Justice Ganguly observed that these teachers had not undergone proper training and were recruited without appearing for the compulsory aptitude tests. However, he allowed them to continue teaching for the next four months, receiving the salary of para-teachers instead of regular teachers.
The division bench, taking into account the affected parties’ rights and the need for fair defense, has stayed the termination of these jobs until the end of September 2023 or until further orders are issued, whichever comes earlier. This interim stay allows the affected teachers to continue their jobs while they present their case before the court.
The fate of these 32,000 teachers will be determined by the final outcome of this legal battle. The division bench’s decision to grant an interim stay provides a ray of hope for the affected teachers as they navigate through this challenging situation.
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