BY TC News Desk
Agartala, October 15: In a significant joint meeting held on Sunday, four departments of the Pradesh Congress convened at the Students Health Home in the capital city. The gathering witnessed the participation of prominent figures, including MLA Sudip Roy Barman, Pradesh Congress President Asish Kumar Saha, and former MLA Diba Chandra Hrangkhwal.
During the meeting, Pradesh Congress President Asish Kumar Saha asserted that the government’s introduction of the Women’s Reservation Bill is a strategic move aimed at winning over women voters ahead of the Lok Sabha elections. The BJP has eagerly embraced this initiative, and the National Congress has called attention to it. Saha went on to reveal that the State Congress is set to join the movement initiated by the National Congress against various government actions that are perceived as detrimental to the people.
During discussions in the meeting, MLA Sudip Roy Barman emphasized the potential for change in the state of Tripura, akin to the transformation witnessed in Telangana, if leadership shoulders the responsibility and collaborates effectively. Barman decried the BJP-led government in Tripura, characterizing it as a complete failure. He argued that little positive development has occurred under this administration, accusing it of manipulating public sentiment.
Barman also cited examples such as the installation of four new plaques at GB Hospital, which he contended have not translated into improved services. He contended that the populace of Tripura is far from content with the government’s performance, a sentiment that was reinforced during the meeting.
The critical gathering addressed pressing issues, reflecting the ongoing efforts of the state Congress departments to advocate for the welfare and concerns of the people.