School Teacher In Assam Terminated for her Anti-CAA Stand
GUWAHATI: A school teacher in Assam's Titabar has been served with termination notice for supporting school students participation in anti-Citizenship (Amendment) Act, 2019 (CAA) protests.
According to reports, the teacher identified as Bandita Borah who is serving as a computer teacher at Titabar Navodaya Vidyalaya in Jorhat district has been severed termination notice from the school principal, Mukesh Kumar.
Talking to a national media, Bandita Borah, said, "Some girl students went very emotional when they saw the anti-CAA protests across the state. They had also staged protest against the new citizenship act inside the school premise. But unfortunately, one my colleague teacher laughed on them and said that, the Assamese people are illiterate who are protesting against the act. For this, the girl students protested against the teacher remark and demanded apology from him. I was also standing with the girl students and said that, the teacher should apologise if he made such a remark."
Meanwhile, the same students are also protesting the termination of the lady teacher.
(Inputs India Today)