- Abhijit Nath, NET Correspondent, Tripura
Agartala, July 11, 2022 : Inaugurating the Basiz Fund Service Operation Centre at Agartala on Monday, Tripura’s Chief Minister Dr Manik Saha said that the children of the state don’t have to fly to other states of India and will get opportunities for draining their brain in activities in his or her own state for the cause of development.
Addressing the inaugural ceremony of the Basiz Fund Service Operation Centre at IT Bhavan here in Agartala on Monday morning, Dr Saha said “I am very glad that today in Tripura this kind of operation centre has been started. For a long time, we have observed or experienced that our own people, especially our children, used to go outside to earn their bread and butter. They go outside as we don’t have any opportunities in our state. So now the government has decided why the brain should be drained in other states of the country.”
“Although, all is part of India, why should the people of Tripura go to other states? There are so many problems faced by them when they go outside. With their limited salaries, those children have to save their money for hiring houses for food, everything. So here, this centre will give our children opportunities to explore their future and develop the state”, he added.
The Chief Minister also mentioned that there was a summit ‘Destination Tripura’ at Agartala on December 9-10, 2021 and a total of 8 memorandum of understandings (MoUs) were signed. Among them, Basiz Fund Services is one and today, they started functioning officially.
He also said “Before starting the summit in Agartala, our officials went to Mumbai and there they participated, inviting investors to invest in Tripura. In future, Tripura state will progress in higher directions and we are eager to welcome all those peoples and we want development.”
Signifying the clarion call of Prime Minister Narendra Modi who wants development, Dr Saha said “We had some political meeting at Telangana where Modi ji said that without development nothing can be achieved. Merely telling something and doing nothing will not suffice the people.”
In the programme, Basiz Fund Service’s Founder and MD CA. Aditya Sesh, Special Secretary Abhishek Chandra and IT Director Naresh Babu were present.