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Loan fraud case filed against Tripura OBC Corporation

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BY TC News Desk

Agartala, February 13: A poor man from Tripura has filed a complaint against Tripura OBC Co-Operative Development Corporation Limited for allegedly duping him of Rs 4 lakh 42 thousand in a loan scam.

According to the complaint, Ajay Bhowmik, a resident of Madhuban Jharjharia area in Sadar subdivision, received a notice from the OBC Corporation on Monday. The notice stated that he had borrowed Rs 2 lakh 85 thousand from the corporation 10 years back and that his outstanding debt had increased to Rs 4 lakh 42 thousand due to interest. The notice also asked him to repay the loan as soon as possible.

However, Bhowmik claimed that he had never taken any loan from the OBC Corporation and that he was being framed in a fraud case. He said that he was shocked and distressed by the notice and that he had no means to pay back such a huge amount.

He filed a complaint with the police and demanded a thorough investigation into the matter. He also accused the OBC Corporation of cheating and harassing poor people like him. He appealed to the authorities to take action against the culprits and clear his name.

Nationwide strike on Feb 16: State employees, farmers and trade unions rally against Centre

BY TC News Desk

Agartala, February 13: The All India State Government Employees Federation (AISGEF) has called for a nationwide strike on February 16 to protest against the central government’s policies that they claim are anti-people, anti-worker and anti-farmer. In a show of solidarity, the Sanyukta Kisan Morcha and the Centre of Indian Trade Union (CITU) organised a rally on the streets of capital city on Friday.

The rally, which started from the Melarmath area, passed through various roads of the city and ended in front of Orient Chowmuhani. The participants raised slogans and banners against the Centre and demanded the fulfilment of their 24-point charter of demands.

The demands include the reintroduction of old defined benefit pension, the halt of privatization and corporatization of public sector, the stoppage of downsizing in government departments, the immediate filling of all vacancies, the scrapping of National Education Policy 2020, and the curbing of price hike.

The AISGEF has alleged that the central government has issued circulars that are against the interests of teachers and employees and has taken decisions that are detrimental to the welfare of workers, farmers and farm workers. The federation has also accused the Centre of ignoring the plight of the common people amid the pandemic and the economic crisis.

The Tripura Employees Coordination Committee (H.B. Road), which comprises of various state employees’ associations, has extended its support to the nationwide strike and the 24-point demands. The committee has urged all the state employees to join the strike and express their dissent against the Centre.

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