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ESMA bill passed in Assembly (9/4/2019) 
Amid a walkout by the Opposition MLAs, with as many as four bills, including the Essential Services Maintenance Bill, which would stop government employees from organising strikes, being passed on the last day. The bill was introduced on the first day of the monsoon session on Friday and the Opposition staged a protest and finally walked out of the House terming it as a draconian law. Opposing the bill, Leader of the Opposition and Politburo member Manik Sarkar argued that Tripura's present situation doesn't warrant ESMA. '' This will snatch away the democratic rights of the people involved in service sectors to protest to protect their interest. '' The law is mainly to act as a deterrent to ensure that there is no disruption of essential services including public transport, health services, water and power supply and sale of essential commodity. Most of the Indian states are having the law under Essential Services Maintenance Act (ESMA) 1968. It would not be implemented in normal situation. It would be used as a last resort for the government in case of extraordinary situation,'' he stated.
Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb, who was also holds the Home portfolio said, ESMA was being implemented for the interest of people of Tripura. He said employees didn’t need to fear the legislation and nothing bad would befall those who respect proper work culture.

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