Agartala: November 17. Claiming that the ideology of Congress is similar with other political parties, MLA of Congress and former minister Sudip Roy Barman claimed that talks are going on with other political parties in a bid to oust BJP from the state.
Roy Barman was addressing a party programme at Surma.“The Congress has assured its workers that the party will do whatever it takes to oust the BJP from the state. Ideology of Congress is similar with many other parties. So talks are going on with all those parties to oust the BJP from power”, he said.
He said, there has been no employment in the state in the last five and for which the unemployed are roaming around.
“This government has not been able to bring any industry in the state. And there is no condition to run the industry. The few industries that belonged to the state also fled. Vacancies have been lying in government offices for years. The few jobs that have taken place in the state have been marred by rampant irregularities and corruption”, claimed Roy Barman.
He also alleged of extreme corruption in Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana. “Houses are available for BJP cadre, mandal and panchayat Pradhans but no available for people. The condition of roads in rural areas is in bad condition. Even though these roads have been renovated, the work is of very poor quality. The money allotted for the road is being looted”, said Sudip.Referring to the health system, he said that there are not enough doctors and health workers in the hospitals.
Barman also alleged that BJP leaders are directly involved in drug trade and for which youth is drowning in this addiction. “The people of the state must unite to get rid of this government. And the secular party Congress assured the workers that they will do whatever it takes to oust the BJP from Tripura state. Ideology of Congress is similar to many parties. So talks are going on with all those parties”, he stated.Many activists from different political parties joined the Congress in presence of former MLA Ashish Kumar Saha, AICC secretary Szarita Laitflang and others.