67th National Cooperative Week: Tripura CM pitches for ‘Model State’ soon
By Our Correspondent, 20/11/2020, Agartala

Unlike the previous government the BJP-led coalition government in Tripura has initiated a process of making this state a model state. Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb on Friday said, “Tripura is now progressing towards model state with all advanced facilities for the people of this state.” Deb was addressing a gathering on 67th National Cooperative week celebration here at Agartala.

Deb recounts, “The major part of this state growing into a model state includes – Rs. 11000 Crore sanctioned project work for road connectivity in Tripura, introduction of NCERT syllabus in government schools, construction of English medium schools in rural pockets, 24X7 service with advanced technologies, 112 Toll-free number of ERSS system, Integrated Command Control System unlike the states like West Bengal, installation of smart cameras in and around the city areas.”

Meanwhile Deb on employment generation said that the private sectors like the upcoming 5-star hotel in Tripura are playing a vital role towards employment generation for the youths of the state. “Cooperative societies in Tripura which are currently running on hefty profit are not a small sector rather a giant sector for employment generation.”

Deb said, “Co-operative societies are one of the constituent parts of a self reliant state where the government is eyeing to. If all the co-operative societies decide to inculcate professionalism within, nobody can stop Tripura of becoming a model state.”