BY TC News Desk
Agartala, 6th January 2024: The Tripura Employees Coordinating Committee (TECC) held its 14th Tri-Annual State Conference at Agartala Town Hall on Saturday and Sunday, with the slogan ‘Intensify the struggle for restoration of deprived rights and democracy’. The conference was attended by hundreds of employees from various departments and sectors of the state government.
The conference was inaugurated by a public rally at Agartala Town Hall on Saturday, where SC Kumar, General Secretary of All India State Government Federation, was the chief guest. He slammed the government for its policies and actions that have affected the state and the country adversely. He said the government has stopped regularizing jobs in various fields, leaving the office workers in trouble and the unemployed in despair. He urged the government to provide regular jobs to the eligible candidates.
The rally also raised various demands and issues related to the rights and interests of the workers, such as the minimum support price for the crops produced by the farmers, the pension system for the teachers and employees, the forest rights of the tribal people, the freedom of expression, the employment and equal pay for the unemployed, and the personal development of the workers.
Swapan Bal, general secretary of the state committee of TECC, Mahua Roy, the leader of the organization, and other office bearers and members of the organization were also present at the rally. The conference continued on Sunday with discussions and resolutions on various topics concerning the employees and the state.