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Tripura drug bust – Assam Rifles seizes 20,000 Yaba tablets at Sonamura

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BY TC News Desk

Agartala, 6th December 2023 :  Assam Rifles seized 20,000 Yaba Tablets near Bangladesh Border at Sonamura, Sepahijala District on Wednesday.Based on the specific information regarding smuggling of drugs near Bangladesh Border at Sonamura, Sepahijala, District, Tripura a swift operation was launched by the Assam Rifles.

After reaching the location security Forces observed the movement of two suspicious individuals on high speed Motorcycle near Bangladesh border who on being challenged did not stop but rather tried to flee from the location. The Assam Rifles team chased the vehicle, as a result of panic the motorcyclists threw 02 sealed packets into bushes near the forest road & escaped by taking advantage of dense foliage and forest.

The team after thorough search of the area, found the two sealed packets which contained 20,000 Yaba Tablets.Concerns arise over outside influence on Indian Food Warehouse operations

Agartala, December 06: Following the recent protests by Indian food warehouse workers in Dharmanagar, accusations have surfaced, claiming an external group is attempting to disrupt the established work culture. In response to the workers’ protest, Labour Sardars Rupu Nandi, alias Rajat Nandi, and Deepak Kumar Sinha from Gang No. 1 addressed the media at a press conference held at the Dharmanagar Press Club on Wednesday.

The labour leaders asserted that an external cabal is deliberately sowing discord among the workers, aiming to undermine the work culture of Indian food warehouses. They emphasized that the primary motive behind this interference, especially with the Lok Sabha elections approaching, is to create chaos among the workers. The leaders presented the journalists with the workers’ agreement letter with the contractor, clearly stipulating the payment rate of four rupees and eighty paise per bag.

Addressing concerns related to attendance, the leaders provided documentary evidence highlighting the confusion and explained that workers who received advance payments are experiencing deductions, affecting their provident fund accumulation. The leaders argued that external elements, by exploiting discrepancies in workers’ Aadhaar cards, are causing delays in provident fund disbursements.

Labour leaders condemned attempts to tarnish the image of Labour leaders, leveraging the educational qualifications of the workers. They pointed out that Dharmanagar workers receive a higher wage of four rupees and eighty paise per sack compared to other locations within Tripura, a result of the dedicated efforts of the organization’s workers.

Workers vehemently declared their commitment to preserving the work culture of Indian food warehouses, pledging not to allow external forces to disrupt it. The leaders further announced that the principal contractor would visit Dharmanagar soon, addressing concerns over pending dues, and resolving the matter for those who resorted to legal action in the Tripura High Court.

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