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Resentments hit State Employees, Pensioners as 7th CPC turned a JUMLA : Festive season marred in State
TIWN Oct 11, 2018
Resentments hit State Employees, Pensioners as 7th CPC turned a JUMLA : Festive season marred in State
PHOTO : TIWN File Photo of employees protesting for Pay Hikes.

AGARTALA, Oct 11 (TIWN): TIWN is the only media in state to raise question on the actual “reason” of Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Deb’s frequent Delhi visits.

With the announcement of 0.32 factor pay hike from 2.25 factor of Manik Sarkar’s Govt and claiming it as 7th Pay Commission has proven Biplab De couldn’t manage fund from the Centre.

Earlier, Bipab Deb said that Rs. 20000 crores to be needed to fulfill the 7th Pay Commission whereas now he wants to complete pay commission at Rs. 1000 crores.

Crores of funds were wasted in Chief Minister’s quarter renovation. More 1 crore in oath taking and in his Delhi visit with full team of Secretariat even with family members and relatives are burdening the state with huge amounts.

Before election, Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi said in first cabinet meeting 7th pay commission will be given. Amit Shah said, ,"Cast your vote on 18, 3rd March BJP to win and take your salary according to 7th Pay commission". Assam Finance Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma told media,"Create such a situation in MP election that we can't win it(Lok Sabha) election".

But keeping Tripura in zero deficit budget, Biplab Deb Delhi visit with #TransformingTripura slogan, hypes on "Model State in 3 years" Deb failed to draw 7th Pay Commission for 2 lakh Govt employees. 

At the same Union Finance Minister A run Jaitley appeared as another JUMLA master, who along with Himanta Biswa Sarma, Tripura BJP spokesperson Ashok Sinha published Vision Document on February 12, 8 days ahead of Assembly Election.

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