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Communist Manik Sarkar finally proves himself as the most 'Digitally-Challenged' CM of India, burdened Tripura with 7 lakhs unemployed youths in 23 yrs
TIWN Dec 1, 2016
Communist Manik Sarkar finally proves himself as the most 'Digitally-Challenged' CM of India, burdened Tripura with 7 lakhs unemployed youths in 23 yrs
PHOTO : CM Manik Sarkar with PM Narendra Modi. TIWN File Photo.

AGARTALA, Dec 1 (TIWN): “A 100 % cashless society is never possible but we can make a start with a cashless society”, PM Modi said in the meeting, which decided to take India’s Chief Ministers’ helps. When Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar declined the Govt to assist any aid from state Tripura in this cashless economy move, did it matter at all for the Prime Minister of India? Tripura Communist Chief Minister was proudly advertizing that he is not technically expert and can not be a part of the central committee. But this self-advertisement of lacking technological knowledge has left the CM of Tripura with quite controversy. Whereas Arun Jaitley himself said that there will be experts to assist the CMs, but it didn’t gave the CM much confidence and proudly the CM denied to be a part of the committee.

Throughout the press meet CM boosted him as the most digitally ignorant and was proud to reject the Central Govt’s proposal to remain in the committee. 

However, reportedly, after the meeting was ended on Monday, it was decided to that the govt will take help from all the state CMs; but Manik Sarkar’s boosting about Union Govt’s call to him almost ended as a political fight.

State BJP President in his immediate reaction called the CM as traitor, who deprived the state for the sake of his political gains.

The meeting was chaired by the Minister of Law, Electronics & IT, Ravi Shankar Prasad, Power Minister Piyush Goyal, Petroleum Minister Dharmendra Pradhan, Health Minister JP Nadda, HRD Minister Prakash Javedkar, Panchayat Raj Minister Narendra Singh Tomar and Agricultural Minister Radha Mohon Singh---where the decision was taken.

However with this digitally ignorant fashion the CM here in last 18 yrs of his ruling left the state with lakhs of unskilled labors. Neither he shows any interest for brining technological revolution, nor he has intension for skill development.

The digitally advanced world thus has become a burden for the 67 yrs old Communist Chief Minister, who like to act as ‘Digitally Challenged’ always and this is the way to keep a society under poverty by maximize it with unskilled labours as many as possible who will vote for Communists. 

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