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Biplab's 'JUMLA' promise of 7 Lakhs Jobs within first 30 months, BJP’s Vision Document’s ‘7th CPC’, ‘Employment for Each Household’, ‘Free Smartphone for Each Youth’ promises lack funding from Centre
TIWN Sep 14,2018
Biplab's 'JUMLA' promise of 7 Lakhs Jobs within first 30 months, BJP’s Vision Document’s ‘7th CPC’, ‘Employment for Each Household’, ‘Free Smartphone for Each Youth’ promises lack funding from Centre
PHOTO : JUMLA Gang's mass fooling : Himanta Biswa, Arun Jaitley, Ashok Sinha with JUMLA lists 1 week before election on Feb 11,2018 at Sonar Tori Hotel, Agartala. TIWN File Photo

AGARTALA, Sep 14 (TIWN): BJP's 10 JUMLA promises just 1 week before Assembly Poll is main reason behind Saffron Party's win in Tripura. BJP’s vision document filled with gigantic promises released exactly 1 week before Feb 18, 2018 Assembly Election was instrumental for BJP’s landslide win but now after 5 months in Government its evident that it was a big cheating to Tripura voters as none of the promises can be fulfilled in near future due to lack of fundings. Before Assembly Election, Ram Madhav, Biplab Deb, Himanta Biswa Sarma, Arun Jaitley loudly boasted bagfull of promises but no Central fundings yet to back up those promises. TIWN's public survey on BJP's vision document resulted unexpected outcomes as most of the Tripura's working class and unemployed population unable to believe BJP's tall promises. People questioned BJP's incompetence in Assam and Manipur, also other States where most of the pre-poll promises remained unfulfilled after Poll victory.

 Narendra Modi Govt's failure to provide jobs in each household in neighboring Assam or providing smart phones to all youths only mimics Arun Jaitley's false promises in Tripura. As per noted Economists, its impossible to provide jobs to each household or provide a smartphone to each 7 lakhs unemployed youths.

Apart from 10 FAKE promises by Arun Jaitley, Himanta Biswa, Ashok Sinha to fool voters before 1 week of Assembly Election, also Biplab Deb on March 23 after winning election told Time of India's Journalist Mohua Chatterjee on a interview in Delhi that BJP Govt will create 7 lakhs Jobs within first 30 months of Government. Chief Minister's tall promise was published in national media, but 5 months almost over, no sign of any activity towards 7 lakhs Job creation, so one can imagine the fate in remaining 25 months.

After nearly 5 months in Government, Biplab Deb led BJP Govt yet to show any sign of Central funding to support FREE SMARTPHONE for EACH YOUTH or EMPLOYMENT for EACH HOUSEHOLD or 7 Lakhs Job creation.

After BJP released it's election manifesto named 'Vision Document', CPI-M State Secretary Bijan Dhar called press and has termed the Vision Document of BJP as an 'FOTKA' (in English means an Imaginary concept Or speculation).
"The vision document is not only an imaginary 'Fotka' but also illegal. It has not taken enough permissions before publishing it, violating the model code of conduct. We will complain the matter to EC", said Dhar.
"7th Pay Commission has not been implemented in many states even after BJP's coming in power and providing 7th Pay Commission has many conditions too", added Dhar."They said all constitutions will have colleges ! And people have to believe ?", added Bijan Dhar.

BJP's Vision Document promises before Assembly Election :

1. Employment opportunity for every household,

2. Free Education for women till graduation,

3. 7th Pay Commission to the all Govt employees of the State Govt,

4. Free Smart Phones to Youths,

5. Minimum allowance of Rs. 2000 and a minimum wage of Rs. 340,

6. Investigate Rose Valley Chit Fund scams and punish all the guilty,

7. Provide house to all without brick housing,

8. Free Health Insurance to all BJP households,

9. Provide drinking water to all households,

10. Regularize contractual Govt employees.

CPI-M's reaction to BJP vision document before Election:

1. 'BJP's Vision Document is a FOTKA', said Bijan Dhar to media. 

2. Hitting upon BJP's promises of smart-phone 'gifts' to youths after BJP in power, CPI-M State Secretary Bijan Dhar said, "Don't know to whom they are allocating business. May be Jio. However, at the beginning (of Digital era) it would be nice but now all have smart phone. So, gifting of smart-phones will not bring much effects among the youngsters votebanks". 

3.  Earlier also we heard many times from anti-CPI-M parties that every families will get a job and thus BJP has kept a similar promise on the top-list. The strategy of providinging each families with job has not been adopted in any state of India, rather under the Central Govt at least 40 lakhs of vacancies are yet left without filling up.

4. "Whomever, the Central Govt is now appointing it's per contract basis. Thus what in whole India doesn't have, it will be in Tripura ?"

5. The girl-child's free education till College is already here in Tripura. Apart from that the initiatives for water supply, farmers are nothing new. Even though Central Govt has promised to buy agricultural products from farmers at 1.5 times more than the price, but possibility is very less as in many sectors the budget allocation has been reduced.

6. Under PMAY 9 % budget has been reduced. MGNREGA funds has been deducted. Thus, all rural developmental promises of BJP is bogus.

7. According to Health Insurance's claim, only  480 crores of fund was released and the affect of the budget will come in Tripura soon.

8. 7th Pay Commission has not been implemented in many states even after BJP's coming in power and providing 7th Pay Commission has many conditions. 25 to 30 % people will be returned to home and after 2004 who were employed they will not have GPF.

Tripura Chief Minister yet to explain if State Govt received any Central fundings to support hundreds of crores expenditure to buy 7 lakhs smartphones or fundings to provide employment to each household

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