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Manik Sarkar led State Govt is like chit fund companies: BJP is the only alternative says Jawhar Saha
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Manik Sarkar led State Govt is like chit fund companies: BJP is the only alternative says Jawhar Saha
PHOTO : Former Minister Johor Saha held press conference at his residential house. TIWN

AGARTALA, April 5 (TIWN): “Chief Minister Manik Sarkar led state government is like chit fund companies,” said former minister and congress leader Jawhar Saha.

Interacting with media persons at his residence Jawhar Saha said that the uninterrupted 22 ­year stint in power seems to have taken a toll on the financial transparency of the Left Front administration in Tripura. Corruption in implementation of rural development schemes continues unabated. There is a state government of Tripura eats up all the money which comes from the central government for development, he alleged.

The state government deep necked in corruption and CPIM is not the Government for the people. The Left Front do not care about peoples and there problems, they do not settle issues. He also criticizes the Left Front Government’s alternative policies and said that those are against common people.

He also criticizes the Left Front Governments alternative policies and said that those are against common people.  "Due to clandestine understanding between the CPI (M) and the Congress at the national level, Congress will never launch an effective and pro-people movement against the misrule of CPI(M) in Tripura," Jawhar Saha added.

He further added that the people of the state do not keeps a hope on already vanished congress from the state, therefore the BJP here in Tripura alone can only bring an alternative to the CPI (M). Adding to that he claimed that people of the state are now coming forward to strengthen the movement of the BJP against the CPI (M) because the block level corruption and scams here in the state under the regime of the left front government has already bittered the common mass of the state, claimed Saha.

The CPI (M) had “lost its relevance” as most of its leaders had moved away from the party’s core ideological moorings, he said. This drift had created disgruntlement among its committed workers. “Such dis-satisfied members are looking to the BJP.

 

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