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Tripura BJP Govt Tight-lipped on its 50,000 Govt Jobs in 1-Year Promise to Unemployed Youths
TIWN Dec 1, 2021
Tripura BJP Govt Tight-lipped on its 50,000 Govt Jobs in 1-Year Promise to Unemployed Youths
PHOTO : Unemployed Nurses protesting in front of Health Director's office. TIWN File Photo.

AGARTALA, Dec 1 (TIWN): More or less the BJP in Tripura is confident to explain various fake promises like 10323 teachers' issues to regularization of Govt employees, but when it is about recruitment promises of the first one year, the BJP is always silent. In fact, no cabinet member has stressed the issue, which was the key to unemployed youths’ votes in the 2018 election. However, after the Municipal Poll where BJP won by Booth-Capturing and Fake Voting, the role of Youths’ vote banks in future polls has been sidelined, as BJP now can win all polls under Double-Engine Govt with direct help in rigging by Police and Election Commission. Earlier Biplab Deb said that before seeking a vote he will submit a report card to the people but so far no promise done by the BJP in the Vision Document was fulfilled.

As per the State Education Minister Ratanlal Nath's last statement on employment generation, only 2,944 jobs happened in the last 3 years of the BJP Govt in Tripura, though BJP had promised to give 50,000 Jobs in the first one year. Calculation shows, if counted 3,000 jobs in 3 years, Tripura BJP Govt has fulfilled only 0.50% of its promise on 50,000 Govt jobs in 1 year.

Months back Ratanlal Nath said in a press meet at the Secretariat that only 2944 jobs happened under regular posts and total jobs were given 7551. As per data revealed by Law Minister Ratanlal Nath, Totaling Contractual, Regular, Outsourcing 7,551 Jobs happened in last 3 Years. If counted, Govt's expenditure has downed as over 8000 among 10323 teachers, thousands of Contractual, JICA employees have terminated along with Retirement of Govt employees annually in the last 3 years.

BJP had promised about 50,000 Govt Jobs (in existing vacant posts under the then Left Govt) in the first year.

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