19 - 01 - 2019

10323 teacher’s organization march to secretariat on Jan 11

Agartala, Jan 7,2019:Another new organization 10323 teachers surfaced today. The name of the organization is All Tripura Government 10323 Adhoc Pay Teacher Organization.

Addressing press meet today at Agartala Press Club president of the new organization Bimal Saha announced the programme schedule.On January 11 they will march to state secretariat with five charter of demands which includes - implementation of 7th CPC for adhoc teachers, all kind of leave facilities as per government rules.     

It is mentionable here that there are several organizations in the name of 10323 teachers. Each organization tries to prove they are the protector of 10323 teacher’s interest and close to state government. The organization leaders blame each other and even involve with scuffle. On November 9 last, scuffle broke out between two organization on the issue of  thanks giving after their service was extended by two years by Supreme Court order.

CPM to organize protest movement in Jan and Feb

Agartala Jan 6,2019: Citing complete breakdown of law and order under the rule of BJP – IPFT government, CPM decided to organize two month long protest movement in January and February all over the state.

Addressing press conference after two day state committee meeting today CPM state secretary Gautam Das said,” The state committee after analyzing the ten month performance of BJP – IPFT government  found complete break of  law and order in state.  Due to post poll violence 1474 CPM workers including 152 women was injured by assault  of BJP workers. Some CPM workers are still undergoing treatment in state hospital and outside”

“Not only law and order, there are no works the state. In ten months, source of income of people mainly  of  that rural population on came down by 30 to 40 percent. Due to decline of income people of the state are suffering” said Das.

“Now people are realizing that they have done mistake by voting BJP – IPFT government to power. People now have started comparing rule of LF and with the present government, they are now feeling   LF rule was better than present government” observed the CPM leader.  

Das also alleged the present government is all out of crippling the ADC. They are not releasing required funds for the autonomous body, resulted in halting of development activities.He also criticized BJP chief Amit Shah claim that  in 70 years the state has not  witnessed such good    law and order.                       

                        

CPM state committee meeting begins

Agartala, Jan 5,2018:The two day state committee meeting of CPM started from today. The meeting was attended by almost all members of state committee included politburo member  Manik Sarkar, veteran CPM leaders Badal Chaudhary, Bijan Dhar,Gautam Das, JItendra Choudhary.  

Its learnt from sources the state committee will discuss the present political scenario of the state, party preparedness and selection of candidate of  Lok Sabha election, continous attack on party workers and review the election results of recently held urban local body election. In 2014 parliament election CPM won both seats but this time it will be impossible by opposition CPM to retain both seats.

Meanwhile BJP chief Amit Shah today blew the election bugle of BJP here in a rally at Vivekananda Maidan and expressed confident of winning both parliamentary seat in next national eslection.   

11th Adivasi mela from Jan 5

Agartala, Jan 3,2019: The two day  11th Adivasi, Literature and Cultural mela will held on January 5   at Khumlwng  stadium. Deputy chief minister Jishnu Dev Varma will inaugurate the programme informed Parikshit Murasingh, executive member. of TTAADC.

Addressing a press meet here at TTAADC old council bhawan Murasingh said  CEM of TTAADC Radhacharan Debbarma, forest minister Mewar Kumar Jamatia, both MPs Jitendra Chaudhury and Sankar Prasad Datta will remain present among others.

He said in two day mela various things will be displaced by  nineteen tribes of the state including the sub tribes including different food items. And in every evening colourful cultural programme will be organized.    

More 1.90 lakh LPG connection by March

Agartala, Jan 2,2019: Pradhan Mantri  Ujjwala Yojana ( PMUY)  scheme has resulted  in mass coverage of rural poor households and have led to improved   LPG coverage in the state, said  Jayantanuj Santra senior manager of Indian Oil Corporation Ltd, ( IOCL), Tripura.

Addressing a press meet here in IOCL office, Santra said  the state has covered 6.46 lakh households with LPG as cooking fuel and LPG coverage  stands  at 68.6 percent  as against earlier coverage of 45.1 percent as on 2016. The scheme  achieved success in  state due full cooperation of  state government and by March this year more 1.90 lakh LPG connection will be given.        

He said recently in order  for giving PMUY universal  reach  of clean cooking  fuel  LPG in the country  the cabinet committee on economic affairs  ( CCEA) chaired  by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given  a latest decision to release deposit free LPG  connection  to poor families who were not getting  considered  earlier  for release of LPG connections under PMUY on account of their names not appearing either in SECC list  or the seven identified categories – SC/STs households, beneficiaries of PMAY ( Gramin), Antyodaya Anna Yojana, forest dwellers , most backward classed, tea & ex – tea garden tribes, people residing in islands / river islands.

Now the poor household    who were deprived to avail the scheme benefits for want of not appearing  in SECC list  or not able to certify their eligibility in the seven  categories can avail the scheme benefits by submitting the KYC along with Aadhar and bank  account details of applicant, aadhaar details of adult family members , ration card  and 14 point exclusion criteria declaration as per SECC, said the official.      

 Speaking about the status of LPG in state, the IOCL official said  there are 54 LPG distributors in the state and there is no backlog. The situation will further improve after the  LPG bottling  plant at Bodhjungnagar   starts functioning at end of this year, fifty percent  work of the plant is complete.   

 

Taking e-services to rural population: CM

Agartala, Jan 2,2019: Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb  in review meeting of IT department said  by beginning of this year ‘e – dak’  application will used in all government offices and steps are taken in this regard. Addressing the review meeting in secretariat conference hall Deb after the introduction of the new app any kind of circular, notification, memorandum etc can be delivered in offices quickly. By this wastage of time can be stopped and it will bring speed in government works by which  public will be benefitted.  

Chief minister told the concerned officials attention should be paid so that the rural population reaps the maximum benefit by the new computer application. He directed the Common Service Centre (CSC) to take  necessary steps  by creating awareness among people by miking, distributing leaflets.

Principal secretary to chief minister Kumar Alok speaking in the review meeting said the concerned officials to take IT department in common platform when comes to Geographical Information System ( GIS).if GIS system brought under common platform  than agriculture, forest , science & technology can utilize the system.           

 Speaking about CSC, director of IT department said at present there are 1195 CSC in 582 village panchayats and 84 CSC in village committees.  He informed by CSC banking service , insurance , education altogether 84 services are provided more 19 new services will be included.