Over Rs 300 crore was spent in construction of a 2.3 km-long two-lane flyover from Fire Brigade Chowmuhani till Arundhatinagar Drop Gate via Battala. The project, which started in May, 2015, is in its final stages.
The residents of New Arabinda Palli Udbastu Colony exhibit scepticism about the reports that inform that 984 cases pertaining to the insurgency have been withdrawn in the state by the BJP-IPFT government since it assumed office in March, last year.
The order comes in the wake of Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb's warning last month which stated that any government servant who wouldn't perform his duties satisfactorily would be sent to voluntary retirement.
The chief minister said that many officials in the government service don't work properly and also didn’t allow others to perform. He added that he found problems with the work culture in different government offices.
Chief Minister Deb said Pralay Dey will get the stipend for Divyang students. “But we will also give him a scholarship, free higher education and will support him for any further studies he wants to do.”
The Indian diplomat, who previously stressed on India's Neighbours First policy, said Tripura also has one operational Integrated Check Post (ICP) and two Border Haats while two more Border Haats were approved earlier this year.
Nath’s comments came close on the heels of the allegation from Agartala Mayor Dr Prafullajit Sinha who said enough funds were not provided to the city corporation since BJP-IPFT government came to power last year.