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Unemployment issue which turned BJP’s Poll-Tool in 2018 in Tripura, now replaced with Ducks & Cows rearing ideas : 50,000 Govt jobs in 1-Year turns BJP’s biggest JUMLA for Tripura
TIWN Dec 13, 2019
Unemployment issue which turned BJP’s Poll-Tool in 2018 in Tripura, now replaced with Ducks & Cows rearing ideas : 50,000 Govt jobs in 1-Year turns BJP’s biggest JUMLA for Tripura
PHOTO : CM Biplab Deb in an animal husbandry programme. TIWN File Photo.

AGARTALA, Dec 13 (TIWN): Unemployed youths are now ‘JUMLA-victims’ of Tripura’s BJP era, who voted BJP with ‘house to job promises’ and hurried manner ‘recruitment of 50,000 youths in one year’ in Govt Depts but it has turned BJP’s biggest JUMLA for the state Tripura and its unemployed youths. This trick was applied not only with unemployed but with Govt employees who were promised with double, triple salaries just like central employees and contractual employees who were promised to be regularized. When 8 lakhs unemployed youths became BJP poll mission to unseat the then Communist party led Govt in Tripura which was distributing around 5,000 jobs per year, Tripura BJP challenged the number 5,000 saying in first one year BJP Govt to fill up 50,000 Govt dept posts although ended by merely thousand jobs in first one year.

Chief Minister Biplab Deb who is known for his famous suggestions to youths to rear cows to earn 1 lakh per annum  by sitting in home, has however, clarified that what data he used  before election about vacancies in Govt depts are actually incorrect and Tripura now has only around 2 lakhs of unemployed youths. He said the data error happened as the previous Manik Sarkar Govt did not update the employment exchange data.

In a massive failure of Vision Document's implementation as per BJP's pre-election promise by then Union Minister Arun Jaitley, Assam Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, Ashok Sinha via Press Conference on Feb 11,2018 at Sonar Tori Hotel which declared 50000 Govt Jobs in 1st year to Tripura's unemployed youths but its turned a massive JUMLA as 50000 Govt Jobs promise remained unfulfiled even after 20 months. BJP Govt's failure in providing 50000 Govt Jobs already turning State Govt unpopular in every passing day among lakhs of unemployed youths. As Union Minister Arun Jaitley no more, Assam Minister Himanta Biswa avoided Tripura after last year's elections are over, so now Congress Chief Spokesman Ashok Sinha liable to answer 50000 Govt Job promise fraud to Tripura's unemployed youths. Failure in fulfilling these JUMLA promises amounts to mass cheating of public as Govt is in no position to provide these 50000 Govt Jobs.

In the month of October, pressing BJP on its pre-poll promise on 50,000 Government jobs in first one year, “Ghar-Ghar-Naukri” (house to house incomes), General Secretary of National Congress Luizinho Faleiro on Friday has asked the State BJP Govt what is the status of their Vision Document’s promise fulfillment ?

He also asked, when BJP assured 50000 Govt jobs, how it ended by massive slashing of contractual employees from jobs ?

“It’s quite surprising, when BJP is unable to fulfill pre-poll promises, the Chief Minister is now suggesting youths to rear cows and hens and ducks”, he said.

https://youtu.be/egZRH9pogIg  Faleiro talking to media

The Congress National leader also asked about other promises like MGNREGA wages, free education to the girls, Universities.

“Here (Tripura) they promised 50000 jobs, there (Centre) Modi promises 2 crore’s jobs per year. This country is going to be devastated totally economically and this state Tripura will be collapsed at first economically”, he said.

General Secretary of National Congress Luizinho Faleiro said, “The sole purpose of my visit is to listen to everyone. What do they want, to know their views, to understand the organization, to understand their aspirations. Then we will go back and contract Congress president to restructure the party here”.

 https://youtu.be/dpVN2ww9f08  Faleiro talking to media

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