By TC News Desk
Agartala, September 27, 2022: Claiming Tripura has progress in many cases, Chief Minister Dr Manik Saha on Tuesday said that 96 percent of the work is completed and rest four percent is left which will be completed in next few months.
“Tripura is in a good position in terms of law and order compared to scenario of national level. The government will make alternative arrangements in accordance with the law for terminated 10,323 teachers and all those are qualified in TET examination will get jobs. It has been also decided to make new 1000 recruitments in police”, said Dr Saha while inaugurating the “Prati Ghore Sushasan” programme organized at Kadamtala Class XII School’s playground under Dharmanagar sub-division.
Castigating the opposition political parties, Chief Minister said that there are some people who will say that the government does not provide jobs.
In this inaugural ceremony, Chief Minister was accompanied by the Social Education and Social Welfare minister Santana Chakma, TIDC chairman Tinku Roy, DM of North Tripura district and others.
However, it is quite disappointing to see that the Chief Minister did not say anything about Kadamtala Degree College, B.Ed College, Agar Haat, etc. He also did not say anything for the residents of Kadamtala in particular. TIDC chairman Tinku Roy in his short speech mentioned that Agar Haat will be held in Kadamtala within December next.
In other words, the people of Kadamtala are somewhat found to be disappointed with the Chief Minister’s speech. Before the arrival of the Chief Minister on this day, there was a blockade just two hundred meters away from the meeting place of the Chief Minister demanding drinking water, electricity and road reform. The police administration hastily lifted the blockade.