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HC records unconditional apology of teachers assn

The Madras High Court today recorded the unconditional apology of the office bearers of a Teachers Association and dispensed with their further appearance. Justice N.Kirubakaran recorded the appearance of the four office bearers of the Tamil Nadu High and Higher Secondary School Graduate Teachers Association. The matter relates to a recent strike call given by various teachers associations to press their various demands. The court had condemned the strike. There were several comments degrading the judiciary in social media allegedly posted by persons aggrieved over the court's observations on striking government employees and teachers. The court had on September 22 asked police to take action as per the law and also advised them not to give any special attention and treat the case like any other case. In the above connection, the office bearers of the association appeared and tendered an unconditional apology before Justice N.Kirubakaran. The judge advised the above ...
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