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Tinku urges to change 30-year-old work culture in state

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By TC News Desk

Agartala, June 11, 2023: Minister Tinku Roy emphasized the need for a transformative change in the state’s work culture, which has persisted for the past three decades. He highlighted the importance of collective responsibility in tackling pressing issues such as the prevalence of child marriages, water conservation, tree planting, and achieving self-sufficiency.

Despite the state’s claims of progress through the organization of various events, it is disheartening that Tripura ranks as the second state in the country with the highest number of girl marriages.

Addressing the first biennial state conference of the PWD Employees and Workers Sangh Departmental Unit under the Tripura State Employees Sangh, Roy called upon every individual to step forward and actively work towards eradicating this curse from society.

Recognizing the limitations in providing employment opportunities for all, he underscored the government’s efforts to promote self-sufficiency among its citizens.

He also stressed the significance of preparing the younger generation with a mindset geared towards self-reliance, urging employees to instill these values in their sons and daughters. By doing so, he envisioned the creation of a more harmonious and prosperous society.

He further asserted that running organizations in a communist-style manner would not be tolerated, emphasizing the need to align with the progressive trajectory the country is currently following.

The minister pointed out that the previous government had failed to provide essential amenities such as tea plantation worker facilities, Below Poverty Line (BPL) cards, and schools due to their politics based on deception. However, the present government has successfully implemented these provisions, working towards improving the lives of the underprivileged.

Roy emphasized that the distinctiveness of this organization lies in its commitment to change its approach, setting itself apart from other establishments.

He criticized the communist leaders for not truly championing the cause of the poor, highlighting that the children of these leaders have become wealthy industrialists and capitalists. According to him, one’s worth should be measured by their work ethic, rather than the symbolism of a political flag.

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