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'Tripura to be Model State in next 2 and half year' : Tripura CM continues JUMLA promises
TIWN Sep 29, 2018
'Tripura to be Model State in next 2 and half year' : Tripura CM continues JUMLA promises
PHOTO : Tripura CM addressing at Albert Ekka Park. TIWN Pic Sep 29

AGARTALA, Sep 29 (TIWN): Four days after Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Deb said at Secretariat that he will not fight the next election if Vision Document is not fulfilled, on Saturday while addressing at Albert Ekka Park during celebration of Surgical Strike Day he said, Tripura to be a model state in next two and half years. "I will make Tripura a model state in next 3 years and out of them 6 month is already gone and in next 2 and half years it will be done. Govt is working in that direction", CM said. On the contrary it can be noted that Chief Minister recently has announced that he doesn't have much funds for roadway project and survey says various depts are left in same situation including social pensions are also stopped. 6 months 20 days have been completed that BJP came in power, but when state was waiting for 7th Pay Commission, increase in wages, regularization, employment BJP Govt started its Jumla-sterns by stopping job recruitment followed by cancellations of ongoing all recruitment and removal of Pension-facility for new Govt employees.In last 6 months 46 times petrol price was hiked, whereas 52 times diesel price was increased and now petrol price is crossed Rs. 80 per litre.

On the other side, the State Govt employees are far from getting 7th Pay Commission, whereas July month's DA is yet pending. Whether Govt will give the DA to employees or not, nothing has been said in this regard. 

Over 800 contractual employees were terminated including poor mid-day-meal workers. 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. 

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