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SMART Phones for youths, Jobs by missed calls promises pending : BJP gears up to ride empty Vessel of ‘Tall Claims’ again for Lok Sabha Election
TIWN Dec 28, 2018
SMART Phones for youths, Jobs by missed calls promises pending : BJP gears up to ride empty Vessel of ‘Tall Claims’ again for Lok Sabha Election
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AGARTALA, Dec 28 (TIWN): Neither job, nor smart phone, not a single promise of the Vision Document was fulfilled by BJP Govt after 10 months of Govt formation.

Vision Document left as a far reality and smart-phones for youths turned another JUMLA. Chief Minister  Biplab Deb has continued his Delhi visits but brining nothing for the state.

Chief Minister Biplab Deb before around 6 months said, State Govt is negotiating with companies regarding smart phone purchasing which will be given to the youths in exchange of votes.

When maximum youths have voted for BJP,IPFT but the smart phones yet to be introduced by the Govt.

 Before election it was highlighted in bold letters of Vision Document that ‘smart phones will be given to each youths’ if they vote for BJP to ‘power’.

At the same time, no DA of whole year was given for employees and pensioners. Infact the whole Vision Document remained untouched, except converting the name of Agartala Airport.

Recently one video has been released from the pre-poll election commitment speeches of BJP leaders where Sunil Deodhar was asking unemployed youths to give a miscall in 8882271955 number after BJP comes in power and to take jobs which will fulfill Biplab deb’s promise on house-to-house jobs. Tripura BJP is desperately losing youngers votebanks whom the party before election promised to give smart phones (around 20 lakhs), house to house jobs, 50,000 Govt jobs in first year and the promises’ liability goes first of all to Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitely who unveiled the Vision Document with hundreds of promises done to the people here. But since the notification was published signed by Chief Secretary L K Gupta on curbing of Govt job opportunities, massive criticism was erupted but till now from December 17, no statement was given from the State Govt.  

Amid all these, Modi, Amit Shah are rushing to the state to beg vote banks from Tripura’s 37 lakhs people and 7 lakhs unemployed youths. 

 
 
 
 
 
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