Tripura Government Directly Functioning From Secretariat To Avoid Partisan Role : CM – Dr Manik Saha 

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Abhijit Nath, NET Correspondent, Tripura

Agartala, November 28, 2022: Tripura Chief Minister Prof Dr Manik Saha on Monday said that the present government is directly functioning from the Secretariat so that no partisan role is being played for initiating decisions for the welfare of people and development of the state.

He said that the previous CPIM-led Left Front government was running from the party office while the present BJP-led government is functioning directly from the Civil Secretariat here in Agartala city.

“The present government is working for the interests of the people of all sections of the society, rising above party affiliation”, said Chief Minister Prof Dr Saha while inaugurating the “Rozgar Mela” at Rabindra Satabarshiki Bhavan here in Agartala city on Monday morning.

He said that the government’s commitment was to provide income to every household, and the current government is working towards that goal. “We don’t want any house to lack income. However, the current government does not believe in this policy of working for everyone in one house”, he added.

Castigating the work of CPIM-led Left Front governments in the past, Chief Minister Dr Saha said the previous government had left seven and a half lakh unemployed youths and now, it has reduced a lot during the current government.

He said “Due to the efforts of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the ‘Rozgar Mela’ is being organized in every state. In continuation of this, this fair is also organized in Tripura.” He also congratulated those who are getting job opportunities in this fair.

Seeing a lot of confidence ahead of the 2023 assembly elections, Dr Saha said, “We are not worried about this election. The organization is the ideal service of the party we believe in. The present government is working for the interests of the people of all sections of the society. We have less time, but the syllabus is thick and we have to do a lot more in this short time.”

The Chief Minister said that it is not possible to give jobs to everyone, but it should be kept in the mindset of everyone, not only government jobs, but jobs should be created. However, the government is continuously working to create job opportunities for the job seeking youth. In this context, he said, the result of JRBT exam will be published in a very short time. Here too, jobs will be given through transparency.

The Chief Minister said that the present government is working hard to build a better Tripura. At present, as a result of the government’s goodwill, the number of self-reliant women in SHG groups has increased. ‘Amar Sarkar’ web portal has been launched for the overall development of rural areas. Through this, the government is trying to solve various problems quickly.

It is to be noted that in this day’s “Rozgar Mela”, offer letters were given to 126 under graduate teacher posts, 3 LDC posts, and 4 group-D posts in the School Education department. Apart from this, 92 people have been given offer letters for the post of Special Educators in Secondary Education department, 6 people have been given the post of Assistant Professors in the Department of Higher Education. Simultaneously, offer letters were distributed to 28 LDC-Group C posts and 11 Group-D posts in Fisheries, Forest, Land Settlement, Panchayat, Police, Revenue, Science and Technology, People’s Welfare, Urban Development and Youth Welfare and Sports Departments. Three Anganwadi Workers and Anganwadi Helpers were given appointment letters in the Department of Social Welfare and Social Education. 60 people were given appointment letters for the TRLM project in this day’s ceremony.

Education minister Ratan Lal Nath, Industries and Commerce minister Santana Chakma, Labour minister Bhagwan Chandra Das, Chief Secretary JK Sinha, Director General of Police Amitabh Ranjan and other officials also attended the event.

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