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Will execute 'Bengal model of development' in Tripura: Trinamool
Will execute 'Bengal model of development' in Tripura: Trinamool

Agartala, Feb 5 : The Trinamool Congress on Sunday said it would implement the 'Bengal model of development and welfare' in Tripura if the party comes to power in the northeastern state after the February 16 assembly elections.

Releasing the election manifesto, the Trinamool Congress leaders comprising West Bengal Education Minister Bratya Basu, Industry and Commerce Minister Shashi Panja, party's Tripura unit president Pijush Kanti Biswas, Rajya Sabha member Sushmita Dev and Tripura in-charge Rajib Banerjee, spoke about the various welfare schemes that have been executed in West Bengal, which the party plans to implement in Tripura if the party comes to power.

The party said it would undertake a zero tolerance policy against corruption in the state by setting up a vigilance committee in order to improve transparency in governance.

The manifesto noted that a police commissionerate would be set up in Agartala, entrusted with state-wide law enforcement, with 77 police stations under its jurisdiction.

The Trinamool Congress leaders promised that 2 lakh government jobs would be created over the next 5 years with 50,000 jobs to be created in the first year.

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