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‘For Narendra Modi upto Rs. 8 lakh annual income is BPL, for Biplab Deb Rs. 72 thousand is APL’, MP Jitendra Chaudhury cites example of JUMLA
TIWN Jan 23, 2019
‘For Narendra Modi upto Rs. 8 lakh annual income is BPL, for Biplab Deb Rs. 72 thousand is APL’, MP Jitendra Chaudhury cites example of JUMLA
PHOTO : Left : PM Modi, Biplab Deb. Right : MP Jitendra Chaudhury.

AGARTALA, Jan 23 (TIWN): CPI-M MP Jitendra Chadhury on Tuesday has slammed Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Deb and BJP led Central Govt for fooling masses with various fake promises, after Biplab Deb Govt has announced that no Anganwadi employee will get social pension.Before the election, BJP promised to increase social pension at Rs. 2000 but now after assuming power BJP has started to fool people saying only those people will get pension whose income is below Rs. 72000.BJP Govt announced that no Anganwadi employee will get social pension.Reacting in that Jitendra Chaudhury said that an Anganwadi employee only gets 5000 or hardly 6000 rupees per month i.e. Rs. 72,000 yearly. “At Centre PM Modi announced that upto Rs. 8 lakhs of annual income, families will be considered as BPL families.

But here in Tripura Biplab Deb Govt and his Ministers are now saying Rs. 72,000 annual income holders can’t get social pension and this is exactly called Jumla and that’s why the party is called Bharatiya-Jumla-Party”, MP Jitendra Chaudhury added.He also pinched spectacle wearing Minister without mentioning name as the ‘Gabu Chandra’ Minister of King ‘Hobu Chandra’. (Both are comedy characters of Bengali literature).

Ruling BJP’s pre-poll promises are yet far from fulfilling amid Lok Sabha election knocking doors.

Dream of poor people on Rs. 2000 social pension, Rs. 340 wage are yet pending turning risky for vote banks ahead of Lok Sabha election.

Complaints are coming that those who are getting MGNREGA works were said will not get social pension, rather they will get one of these two.

Indeed common men are raising question on the whole Vision Document.

Tripura's Vision Document's major points highlighted in the first page are :

 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.

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