Make this your homepage
Tripura News
Home > Tripura News
Curbing Govt job opportunities through official notice was rude : Report
TIWN Dec 22, 2018
Curbing Govt job opportunities through official notice was rude : Report
PHOTO : Unemployed youths gathered before TPSC office, Agartala.

AGARTALA, Dec 22 (TIWN): Ahead of Lok Sabha Election, BJP Govt led slashing of vacancies under Govt Depts was rude resented even BJP young voters. Media reports, have expressed shocks over the Govt decision and such autocratic way of stopping job opportunity is rare in Tripura State Govt history.Already hundreds of pending promises are turning heavy on the Govt when various new problems are being faced due to lack of central funding. From one job for each household to 50000 jobs in the first year are not only pending but Tripura Govt in a notification jolted unemployed youths saying, no more Govt job in Tripura unless and until an Govt employee goes in retirement. On Feb 11, 2018, just a week before 2018 Assembly Election (18th Feb )– In order to maximize voting in BJP’s favour, Arun Jaitley led BJP triggered a storm of hope among masses with promises ranging from one job for each household, free housing for all, regularizing all contract employees, 7th Pay commission to all Govt employees, free smartphone to each youth (over 20 lakhs smartphones approximate). However now Biplab Deb led BJP realizing that none of them items in VISION document are possible practically, so repeating these promises till March’2019 will help BJP to sail through winning Tripura’s Lok Sabha seats. Being failed to fulfill Vision Document, Tripura BJP along with National BJP continues JUMLA with statue politics.

There are many promises in the Vision Document whereas in the first page 10 points of promises were highlighted as : 1)One employment opportunity in each household, 2)Free Education for Women Till graduation, 3) 7th Pay Commission for all Govt employees & state pensioners, 4) Free smart phones to youths, 5) Minimum allowance will be Rs. 2000 & Minimum wage will be Rs. 340, 6)Investigate Rose Valley Chit fund case & punish all the guilty, 7) Provide Housing to all without brick housing, 8) Free Health insurance to all BPL Households, 9) Provide drinking water to all households, 10) Regularize contractual govt employees. Among 1st page's 10 major promises in the Vision Document Point No-5 assures, "Minimum bhata (social pension) will be Rs. 2000 and the minimum wage will be Rs. 340". 

But now after 9 months of the Govt formation, unemployment has increased 9%, recruitments are being stopped including TPSC, MGNREGA works are down and zero progress with Vision Document added by Poll-violence, lawlessness, deteriorating law and order condition. 

Add your Comment
Comments (0)

Special Articles

Saumen Sarkar Saumen Sarkar
Anirban Mitra Anirban Mitra