Sudip Sarkar has only been a member of the legislative assembly (MLA) for two weeks and the teachers will now have a say in the Tripura Legislative Assembly for the first time.
The problem of more than 10,000 Tripura teachers losing their jobs persist before the first Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) administration and it was not solved.
The Communist Party of India (CPIM) elects one of the teachers from the Barjala assembly constituency.
He must keep in mind that he is in the assembly to speak for everyone in their district, not just the fired teachers who have been battling for appointments for more than three years.
Sudip Sarkar claimed that his two main goals are to serve the people who have trusted him and to continually bring the issue of laid-off teachers to the Treasury Bench.
After the swearing-in event, he will return to the teachers in protest to talk about subjects related to their interests before attending the house’s scheduled activities on 24th March.