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Kamalpur: Finance Minister hinted of new pension schemes: Blamed the centre as per tradition
TIWN Feb 19, 2017
Kamalpur: Finance Minister hinted of new pension schemes: Blamed the centre as per tradition
PHOTO : Bhanulal Saha addressing the Assembly. TIWN File Photo.

KAMALPUR, Feb 19 (TIWN): "At a time when labourers are losing jobs, farmers are not getting the price of their products and commoners are being unable to withdraw their hard earned money from their accounts then the Central government is raising slogan for cashless economy. Not a single person has been nabbed yet regarding black money and the war against black money has turned into effort for cashless economy.

Interestingly, the Central government which has been in the power with alluring promises probably forgets about thousands of villages in the country which seriously lack of basic facilities like health, education, electrification, banking and others. At the same time, Our state government sets an exemplary instances..More than 3,50,000 people are receiving social pensions.

The number of beneficiaries and schemes in this regard will increase shortly. Away from.ghar wapsi we live here in peace and harmony. Still, religious and political factional forces are active in the state to destabilize our tradition.

We should stop this unitedly", spoke Finance Minister Bhanulal Saha as Chief Orator addressing a mass meeting prior to the 10th Divisional Conference of Tripura Khetmajur Union at Durgachowmuhani market, here at Kamalpur last evening. In his speech he also hinted at the introduction of new social pension schemes and also hinted to introduce party movement regarding 200 days and 300 rupees wages under MGNREGA scheme.

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