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Manik lashes BJP for destroying transport system

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By TC News Desk

Agartala: Oct 13. CITU state president Manik Dey today claimed that during the left front government the financial progress of jhumia families took place.

He said during the then government the road and transport system reached to them and there was a change in livelihood and occupied one of the most privileged places in the state in terms of education.

This was said by Manik Dey, CITU State President while speaking at the Rabindra Debbarma memorial meeting jointly organized by Tripura Motor Sramik Union and CITU State Committee at CITU State Office today.

Before the meeting started on this day, tributes were paid by placing wreaths on the portrait of Rabindra Debbarma.

Later, Manik Dey also said that the condition of transport system during the current government is not only bad in the state but this management has fallen into disrepair throughout the country. And with no role of the government, around one crore workers in the country involved in transport have lost their jobs.

“The main reason behind this difficult situation is that the price of vehicles is increasing day by day, along with the price of petrol, diesel and CNG gas. This in turn affects the labor, owners and those who repair the vehicles. And Rabindra Debbarma used to participate in the protest about these issues”, said Dey.

The state committee leaders of the two organizations were also present at the memorial meeting.

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