Agartala, Aug 05, 2022, TRIPURATIMES Desk
Agartala, Aug 05: The day-long State Committee Conference of opposition CPM concluded in Agartala on Friday. Party State secretary Jitendra Chowdhury said the meeting discussed the emerging political situation in the State. He also said the party leaders discussed the upcoming Village Council election and preparation for the celebration of I-day.
The opposition CPM state secretary Jitendra Choudhuri blamed the BJP-led coalition government in Tripura for corruption in various government departments during the last 4 years.
He alleged, “During the last four and half years of this government the corruption has become rampant in every sector leading to a pitiable situation in both the rural and urban pockets of the state.”
Choudhuri was addressing a press conference here at the party headquarters after the end of a daylong party’s state committee meeting on Friday.
“Starting from Highway project to the Matabari developmental project works including the Light House Project, Smart City project and the industrial sector, irregularities are present everywhere,” Choudhuri alleged. He continued alleging that the Tripura Industrial Development Corporation Ltd. (TIDC) has been turned into a desert during the last 4 and half years.
Choudhuri said, “Even as, corruption made the headline stories in media, no administrative initiative had been taken up from the concerned departments.”
“In view of massive corruption across the state, the chief minister had to be changed. But, changing the Chief Minister did not change,” he stated.
Choudhuri continued castigating the government and said that even the key sector like education was also not spared. “The entire education system has been ruined in the name of Vidyajyoti Project,” he alleged.
“This time we have seen that the students accompanied by the guardians are agitating against acute teachers’ crisis in schools, whereas the government has completely failed to initiate recruitment of adequate teachers to meet the crisis,” he told reporters on Friday.
Choudhuri also lambasted the government for the deteriorating law and order situation and sought the intervention of Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha for restoration of the law and order situation in the state.
He also informed the reporters that a daylong state committee meeting of the party mainly discussed the current political situation of Tripura.
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