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CPI-M shedding ‘Crocodile-Tears’ over public’s suffering before ATMs, Banks since 1 week; but enjoying Tripura's yearlong CNG, LPG, Petrol crisis : Vexed Public blocked road at Capital City
TIWN Nov 16, 2016
CPI-M shedding ‘Crocodile-Tears’ over public’s suffering before ATMs,  Banks since 1 week; but enjoying Tripura's yearlong CNG, LPG, Petrol crisis : Vexed Public blocked road at Capital City
PHOTO : Public hit road protesting LPG Crisis at TRTC. TIWN Pic Nov 16

AGARTALA, Nov 16 (TIWN): Long lines before CNG Stations, which kill the whole day of a businessmen in Tripura, the ruling CPI-M Govt never raised voice for them. But CPI-M leaders are now shouting against the Modi Govt after a wise step taken by it to curb black money. According to CPI-M, public are suffering before ATMs, Banks since last 1 week ; but what about the traditional petrol lines, LPG crisis and CNG queues in Tripura which the public have to face during the whole year.The vexed common men on Wednesday had hit the roads of Agartala Krishnaagar (TRTC), after being frustrated of the prolonged CNG crisis here. According to them it kills their hours and hours to refill their vehicles with CNG. Auto drivers however, are the highest sufferer in that case. The sufferers further demanded for more CNG stations in Agartala.Now question arises, Tripura Govt remains silent when public are standing before petrol pumps, LPG stations and suffering from daily crisis. But surprisingly, the 8 day long suffering facing by the public is paining the govt here a lot.The Union Finance Ministry said the move to withdraw Rs 500, Rs 1,000 currency notes is the biggest "surgical strike" by the government.

It was to curtail black money in the economy which was taken on Nov 8, but it hit the opposition leaders as now their black money became “Useless”.

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee has now closed to her biggest ever enemy CPI-Ms to stop the move led by Modi Govt and Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar is now busy to cooperate with Anti-Modi parties at Delhi via CPI-M’s politburos meeting at New Delhi.

In case of LPG TIWN time to time reported how due to black marketing the public are suffering from LPG crisis.  Prime Minister Narendra Modi had launched the Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana, which aims to provide five crore LPG connections to women in Below Poverty Line (BPL) households over the next three financial years, at a cost of Rs. 8,000 crore.But seeing the long lines before LPG agencies in Agartala PM Modi’s scheme remains only as virtual, as acute LPG crisis has hit the livelihood of people here. 

Tripura is undergoing tremendous petrol crisis since many days, although presently the situation is better, but the “Petrol Crisis” has become a tradition of the state.   

Thus apart from money crisis, state is facing acute petrol and fuel crisis, but with a major surprise the state govt here is fully silent in this issue. As a result, the bikers are facing a hard times to fill petrol into their bikes as many petrol pumps are left with ‘No Petrol’ sign board. 

Public told TIWN even on Wednesday that the move of Modi Govt was really good although little suffering is there, but it’s ‘Temporary’. But CPI-M is screaming, shaking hands with Mamata Banerjee to defeat Modi’s move, but what about the common men’s agony here, who are spending 2 / 3 hours per day for CNGs ?

 

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