10323 gives deputation demanding immediate repatriation of detained dismissed teacher
By Discover Tripura Correspondent
Agartala: July: 20: Dismissed GT teacher Gurupada Debabarma and his brother Rajib Debabarma went to work on their land across the barbed wire on February 26 with the permission of BSF by showing valid papers through gate number 27 of Lengara house in Khowai. The BGB detained them while they were working on the land.
He was first taken to Srimangal police station in Bangladesh. They were then sent to jail near Sree Hutt. They were acquitted of going to Bangladesh illegally. They were asked to return to India from the court of Bangladesh on condition. The representatives of ‘Amara10323’, said that this instruction was given on March 2. The family has already informed the Chief Minister and the district magistrate in writing.
After giving a written letter, they were assured to bring them back. They have been detained even after release. They have been detained for 5 months without any reason. But the government has no initiative to bring them back. On Tuesday, Amara 10323 submitted a deputation to the Bangladesh Assistant High Commissioner in Agartala and the Director General of State Police demanding immediate repatriation of the teacher and his brother. Amulya Debbarma and other dismissed teachers were present in a delegation.
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