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‘Each promise in Vision Document to be fulfilled before Election’, assures BJP : No development in 50,000 Govt Jobs in first 1 year
TIWN Jan 24, 2019
‘Each promise in Vision Document to be fulfilled before Election’, assures BJP : No development in 50,000 Govt Jobs in first 1 year
PHOTO : PM Modi, Amit Shah, Biplab Deb on oath taking ceremony of BJP Govt. File Photo.

AGARTALA, Jan 24 (TIWN): Ahead of Lok Sabha Election, BJP leaders have been continuing to assure the common men that all the promises made the Vision Document will be filled up before Assembly Election 2023, whereas in reality BJP is far from fulfilling any of them except renaming of Agartala Airport at the costless price. The major promise which drew 7 lakhs unemployed youths vote banks was filling up of 50,000 vacant posts within the first one year is left with less than two months. This is the major promise of BJP made in the Vision Document published by Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley. Ratanlal Nath, the Law Minister holding a press conference said that Chief Minister Biplab Deb’s promise of ‘fulfilling all promises in the Vision Document will be done’ and BJP has no doubt on that but apart from 50,000 Govt jobs there major promises as 2000 rupees of social pension is pending whereas around 60,000 people’s names were slashed from the beneficiary list.Tripura’s unemployment percentage is now 28.8%, highest in whole country which was in March-2018 only 15%. Before election, through written form, laid in Vision Document, Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley promised that 50,000 vacant posts will be filled up in the first year of BJP’s Vision Document. Not only this, the Vision Document itself was BJP’s -year target as Vision Document was titled as “Tripura Vision Document 2018”, whereas 2019 has been started.

CPI-M has announced to go in massive protest against the recruitment 10 IT person at Secretariat illegally. Ganamukti Parishad leaders led by MP Jitendra Chaudhury, ADC CEM Radhacharan Debbarma, Ex-Forest Minister Naresh Jamatia have announced this through a press conference at Melarmath CPI-M party office. That recruitment was done without any interview violating the reservation system. The protest however will be launched with various demands related to ADC and unemployment problems, CPI-M to launch protest from January 27 to February 5. The demands raised by Tripura Left Front Committee are : To clear the huge amounts of pending allocations, More power to ADC, deprivation for social pensions, MGNREGA 200 days works with Rs. 340 wage, Recruitment of 10 IT persons illegally in Chief Minister’s Dept.

The controversy erupted after 10 youths were recruited in Secretariat under Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Deb’s recommendation. The 10 persons who were recruited as IT persons are : 1) Sonali Acharjee, 2) Anupam Paul, 3) Satyabrata Sharma, 4) Ashim Kumar Das, 5) Rakesh Dey, 6) Bulti Das, 7) Saptadip Majumder, 8) Chandan Debnath, 9) Sanat Debnath, 10) Tanmoy Dey. All of them worked for BJP in the Assembly Election and allegedly Biplab Deb is using the IT persons for political gains and fraud-activities. 

TPSC and Govt Depts have cancelled all the recruitments affected over 8000 people. Around 750 contractual staffs from JICA project have been dismissed and such dismissals have hit all the the departments. From AMC to Health dept many contractual employees are terminated. 

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