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Motormouth HIRA’s 7 months rule, Tripura’s worst JUMLA : Violence, Poll-Rigging, Economic Crisis, Unemployment, No 7th CPC, Nepotism, Corruption cripple Tripura
TIWN Oct 3,2018
Motormouth HIRA’s 7 months rule, Tripura’s worst JUMLA : Violence, Poll-Rigging, Economic Crisis, Unemployment, No 7th CPC, Nepotism, Corruption cripple Tripura
PHOTO : TIWN File Photo : JUMLA masters busy in fooling Tripura

AGARTALA, Oct 3 (TIWN): Tripura’s 7 months old BJP Govt by Biplab Deb not only a massive failure but State’s economy under heavy decline. JUMLA Party’s chieftains Modi, Amit Shah, Himanta Biswa to Biplab proved beyond doubt that they are no different than ordinary ‘BATPAR’(Cheats) whose prime goal is fooling masses via FAKE promises before Elections. Instead of HIRA, Tripura is now affected with poll-violence, attack upon the opposition even fourth pillar of democracy is gripped by corruption. Massive Panchayat election rigging, attacks on opposition, attack on Police personnel, whereas Home Dept under Chief Minister Biplab Deb left with zero action against law violators. 7 months have been completed that BJP Ministers, CM took oath at Agartala Assam Rifles ground and for one month long celebrations continued after people got a new Govt with the downfall of 25 years of Communist citadel.

But when state was waiting for 7th Pay Commission, increase in wages, regularization, employment BJP Govt started its JUMLA stunts by stopping job recruitment followed by cancellations of ongoing all recruitment and removal of Pension-facility for new Govt employees. 

In last 7 months 66 times petrol price was hiked, whereas 62 times diesel price was increased and now petrol price is close to Rs. 82 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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