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Tripura Assembly begins on its 6th day
TIWN Feb 27, 2017
Tripura Assembly begins on its 6th day
PHOTO : Tripura Assembly 6th day begins. TIWN Pic Feb 27

AGARTALA, Feb 27 (TIWN): Tripura Assembly day 6 has begun on Thursday morning. Special focus was given on Ration shop related issues, Outpost and police help line related matters.

Other days discussed issues at a glance :

Assembly 1st Day (Feb 17) : MLA Pranjit Singha Roy raised the issue of unemployment and the age limitation of the job unemployed youths. Dibachandra Hrankhol raised the Rose Valley topic and when the investors will get back their money. CPM MLA Lalit Debbarma’s demand  linked with SC / ST fund allocation. 

Assembly 2nd Day  (Feb 20): Assembly 2nd day heated up as opposition alleges CPI-Ms chief involvement in Ganja-business across Tripura. Finance Minister Bhanulal Saha announced the budget. He said regarding treasury, “During 2017-18, computerized Treasury Operation System will be integrated with E-kuber (Core Banking Soultion of RBI) for making direct payment to Payee’s Account’, CM Manik Sarkar said in the Assembly that Geo Tracking will be given focus. Bhnaulal Saha declared about 5 new pension schemes for Folk Artists, Carpenters, Blacksmiths, Potters and Horijons (having no govt employee) belonging to SC, at a monthly rate of Rs. 700/- per beneficiary’. State Finance Minister refused to implement 7th  Pay Commission, proposed revised pay structure within Rs. 600 crores.

Assembly 3rd Day (Feb 21) : Budget effect hits Tripura Assembly 3rd Day as oppositions Congress, Trinamool slam State Govt for depriving Govt Employees. In reply Saha said, “At present the Govt is unable to allocate more than 600 crores and within 600 crores the financial year has to be managed. The demand for the salary and pensioners were Rs. 58.399 crores but it has been allocated Rs. 30,501 crores”. Saha further said that it’s not possible to bear the hiked amount of salary, pension under 4rth Pay Commission.

Assembly 4th Day (Feb 22) : A massive chaos hits Tripura Assembly 1st Day when CPI-M MLA Sudhan Das raised question about the illegal construction of Trinamool Bhawan at Agartala’s Jackson gate and various party offices illegal construction. 

Assembly 5th Day (Feb 22) : The day 5 has lead the discussion focused on employment and various recruitment issues. Parimal Saha murder case and Govt Employees transfer, promotion issues were discussed in the Assembly.

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