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No Govt Order yet on CM’s promised 50000 free Ducks for Neermahal villagers : Was it ‘too’ a JUMLA ?
TIWN Sep 18, 2018
No Govt Order yet on CM’s promised 50000 free Ducks for Neermahal villagers : Was it ‘too’ a JUMLA ?
PHOTO : CM attending Neermahal yearly festival. TIWN Pic Aug 27

AGARTALA, Sep 18 (TIWN): After 20 days of passage there is no official press release about 50,000 free ducks for Neermahal area’s people which was promised by Chief Minister Biplab Deb. Among so many pending verbal promises to be filled, Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Deb's another major promise of gifting 50,000 ducks has been listen which he promise to dedicate for villagers across Neermahal on August 27. After 20 days of the announcement no govt order was served by the State Govt. In similar way more pending promises as to create 7 lakh jobs in next 30 months, traffic lights, project with river Howrah in each corner of the state are pending.In 6 months Governance, rather than any achievements only lectures continue to befool the masses.Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Deb on August has blamed his rival CPI-M as people of Tripura is no more rearing ducks and chickens at homes further announcing 50,000 ducks to villagers.

"50,000 hens will be given by the Govt for the locals of Rudra Sagar (Neermahal lake) area", CM said. 

He also mentioned those ducks will be 'white' in colour and it will increase Rudrasagar's beauty. But after 12 days of passage no press release was given by the govt, rather Biplab Deb became viral after he said ducks swimming releases oxygen in water.

BJP Govt in Tripura washing its hands saying it just 6 months old govt, which needs more time to stand on its own feet by adopting a ‘zero deficit budget’.

It has been long 6 months that BJP Govt failed to fulfill its said promises in the Vision Document. Vision Document is too big in size with multiple promises inside, but the highlighted10 points are far from the reality.

Before the election, Chief Minister Biplab Deb said, “Tripura never saw what is called same ruling at State and Centre”, whereas Modi said, “You have seen CPI-M again and again, just see BJP for one time”.

Even Assam Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said before the election if BJP comes in power within 7 days Dhanpur (Manik Sarkar’s constituency) will get a College. He also said, if 7th Pay Commission is not given then people must “not” vote for BJP in Lok Sabha Election.

Unemployment problems have been increase, ongoing recruitments were cancelled or postponed which were pending since more than years.

There is a massive slash in MGNREGA works and rural areas are suffering due to no workless conditions, whereas even though under Manik Sarkar's regime even though two types of govts were ruling in centre and state but still Govt managed a minimum fund to uphold the rural economy.

In last 6 months not even properly 15 days of works have been given to the BPL families leading starvation in interior areas, whereas before the Election BJP promised to increase minimum wage at Rs. 340, Social Pension 2000, Regularization of all Govt employees, Smart Phone for youths, 7th Pay Commission and many more promises, now resulting in Jumla.

Now question raises if BJP can’t win Lok Sabha at Centre then will Tripura once again be habituated with Central Deprivation terms, as in CPI-M era central deprivation term became a common dialogue, whereas BJP now can’t use the term as both Centre at State are ruled by BJP.

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