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Where are 50,000 Govt Jobs Vacancies ? Tripura BJP Govt maintains silence on its Employment-Package data and promise
TIWN Aug 5, 2020
Where are 50,000 Govt Jobs Vacancies ? Tripura BJP Govt maintains silence on its Employment-Package data and promise

AGARTALA, Aug 5 (TIWN): Tripura’s BJP Govt has maintained extreme silence on the 50,000 Govt jobs in 1 year promise which it had done before 2018 Assembly Election. Denying CMIE Data the Govt has started propaganda on Tripura has only 5% unemployment amid massive job terminations in the Govt sectors but the same Govt is maintaining a total silence over its own claim of 50000 vacancies under Tripura Govt and fulfilling of those posts in 1 year. BJP in Tripura had promised about ‘house to house employment’ and 50,000 Govt jobs in 1st one year in Vision Document, whereas orally the party even promised for Missed-Call-Based Jobs. Tripura has ranked second in the unemployment rate at 21.3% among the 28 states in India. According to Centre for Monitoring Indian Economy Pvt. Ltd (CMIE), it is Haryana which is having the highest unemployment rate at 33.6%, Tripura Second at 21.3 and Jharkhand is 21.0% that is the 3rd position.

Neighboring Assam has the lowest unemployment rate in India that is Assam at 0.6%. Tripura's unemployment rates have been highest throughout the year, although this month, it is at 2nd position with massive surges in Haryana.  CMIE Data, July 10, 2020

 50,000 Jobs in 1-Year’s dream ends for Tripura’s unemployed youths and now BJP’s Fake Data’s Propaganda on peak on the unemployment rate. Ignoring CMIE data totally, Education Minister Ratanlal Nath held press meeting claiming Tripura’s unemployment rate is only 5%

He said, active job seekers are only 1.73 lakhs. The same statement was given by Tripura CM Biplab Deb just few hours before Ratanlal Nath’s statement.

He said before BJP Govt, the previous Govt did not update data time to time and thus it created huge numbers of unemployment rate.

Nath data exempted the over aged jobless people and other workless people.

Moreover, he claimed that in compare to other states, Tripura’s job seekers are more and that’s why the percentage shown more.

According to CMIE, Tripura is having the 2nd highest unemployment rate with 21.3% whereas Assam is right now has only 0.6% unemployment rate, which is the lowest in the whole country.


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