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Multiple cases filed against Tripura Govt in High Court by Job aspirants : Anti-incumbency grows larger against BJP Govt in 14 months’ rule
TIWN May 15, 2019
Multiple cases filed against Tripura Govt in High Court by Job aspirants : Anti-incumbency grows larger against BJP Govt in 14 months’ rule

NEW DELHI / AGARTALA, May 14 (TIWN): Just 14 months has gone that BJP has formed a Govt in Tripura, but anti-incumbency against the Govt has grown huge specially among poor and unemployed sections. BJP first of all has failed to fulfil its biggest promise of 50000 Govt jobs will be given in the first year. Then all the ongoing recruitments have been stopped led many unemployed youths to file case against the Govt in the High Court. Within 14 months of a Govt such a poor condition was unexpected before the election. Various cases were filed centering issues like TSR job, Teachers Job, TCS / TPS jobs. Tripura High Court already has issued a notice to State Govt while hearing a petition filed by unemployed teaching job aspirants, regarding the delay of recruitment of 791 B.Ed holder TET Qualifiers. Instead of recruiting B.Ed holders, TET qualifiers, Govt of Tripura managed permission from centre for “special relaxation” in teachers recruitment and CM Biplab Deb himself rushed to Delhi, wrote various letters for this relaxation.

The 791 TET qualified job aspirants also staged massive agitation before filing case in the High Court. 

With another major jolt High Court in a verdict has ordered Tripura Govt to complete the recruitment process within 8 months for TCS / TPS exam. At the same time, High Court also said that new recruitment policy will not be effective to the previous Govt led ongoing recruitment. It may be recalled after assuming power, BJP-IPFT Govt cancelled each exam conducted by TPSC including TCS / TPS (30 seats) which was already under High Court’s observation, even though TPSC is an autonomous body.

TSR Job aspirants also filed a case in the High Court.

BJP led State Govt in Tripura has massively failed to generate employment in last 1 year, 2 months and unemployed youths have been shocked with BJP’s desperate Vision Document’s lies exposed with Govt’s failure to provide 50,000 Govt jobs in first one year, even though it was promised by Union Finance Minister Arun Jatley.

Biplab Deb who came under massive controversy by advising youths to rear cows and open paan-shops has doubled the unemployment rate and in April-2018, the unemployment rate is at 25.4%Unemployed youths are resented on the Govt as it has terminated contractual employees, dismissed all ongoing jobs.

Moreover there is no sign of massive recruitments in the coming days.

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