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BJP Govt’s JUMLA-Strike on Job-aspirants affected around 8000 youths under various Depts, 50,000 Govt Jobs in the first year promise pending with 2 months deadline
TIWN Dec 29, 2018
BJP Govt’s JUMLA-Strike on Job-aspirants affected around 8000 youths under various Depts, 50,000 Govt Jobs in the first year promise pending with 2 months deadline
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AGARTALA, Dec 29 (TIWN): From TPSC to Govt Depts existing recruitments were terminated mercilessly and now by Govt notification all chances of Govt jobs were merged as Finance Dept already said, Tripura Depts do not need more employees except any person goes in retirement. With the increasing unemployment problem in Tripura, resentment, frustration have been spiked up among the jobless youths and resentment brewed among Govt job aspirants whose jobs were not only cancelled half-done but the future jobopportunities were also snatched by Govt notification. On the other side, Chief Minister Biplab Deb has started gradually telling people outside that industry has been brought in Tripura by BJP Govt, whereas the reality is harsh. In 2019 due to election first 3 months almost Govt depts left without recruitment but after the election since March to now December no recruitment except few in Tripura schools were done and for that reason, Education dept was showcaused by Finance Dept why recruitments were done.

Over 8000 half done recruitments were cancelled after BJP Govt assumed in power and those posts were never reinitiated for fulfilling, whereas in BJP’s Vision Document published by Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, it was clearly said that once BJP will be in power, it will recruit 50,000 unemployed youths in various Govt Depts in the first year but almost 10 months have been gone, so far no recruitment was proceeded, rather 2018 left as a  year for Tripura’s 7 lakhs unemployed youths almost without recruitment.

 Not TIWN, but national data records Tripura as the state with highest numbers of unemployed youths. Unemployment problems in Tripura remained unsolved due to nil-recruitment in various Govt Depts.

According to Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy's monthly data, in October 2018 the unemployment problem is still tensed for Tripura as state continues to remain in top position with 32.2%.  However, it's a light decrease than last month's 39.1%.

Amid unfulfilled promises of the Vision Document, however, BJP is desperate to win Lok Sabha election after it won Panchayat, Municipal Election by pushing back opposition polling agents. 

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