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Biplab hints at CBI probe in chit fund scam (4/14/2018) 
Describing the erstwhile Chief Minister Manik Sarkar as ‘Dhritarashtra’ and other CPI(M) leaders as ‘Dushasan’, Tripura’s first BJP Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb said he is asking the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to probe chit fund scam as also other crimes of rapes and murders committed during the CPM regime.Alleging that the CPI(M) cadre fixed the posting and promotions of all the State officials, the Chief Minister said within 45 days a new policy would be in place for transparent transfer and posting. Deb pointed out that he had already effected transfers of 63 officials “without consulting anyone, including Deputy Chief Minister, Ministers or any other BJP leader.”Settled in office after replacing a well-entrenched 25-year Left rule, the CM told a leading national English daily that he had to deal with a bureaucracy which was steeped in ‘Red’.There are officials who enjoyed CPI(M) patronage and would never get transferred from their comfort zones, the CM said.“I have transferred 63 officials on the basis of intelligence reports without consulting Deputy CM, Ministers or any party leaders, said the youthful CM. He said under the proposed policy, transfer would be automatic after a fix period“Under previous Government CPI(M)-backed officials would carry on until their death,” he quipped.Accusing the Manik Sarkar regime of ideological high-handedness, Deb said as a State BJP president his security was removed and the Left cadre did not allow BJP leaders to enter tribal areas.“I asked Rajnathji and got CRPF escorts that facilitated interaction with people in villages and thereafter 56 Central Ministers travelled to villages and liberated people from the fear of the Left cadre and they voted us,” he said.“There are 47,000 ‘Panna Pramukhs’ (voter list in-charge in polling stations) of BJP in Tripura and all of them have now identity cards”, said the Chief Minister showing BJP’s preparedness against the alleged ‘Kauravsena’ of Sarkar during the election campaign.Charging the previous Manik Sarkar Government with seeing everything from the prism of the Left ideology, Deb said under the CPI(M) regime children from Class IX to XII standards did not study emperor Ashoka, Mahatma Gandhi or Indian History in Tripura as NCRT syllabus was removed.“Children studied leader of former Soviet Union V I Lenin. Now we would introduce NCRT history,” he said.He scoffed at CPI(M) general secretary Sitaram Yechuri who, he said, accused the BJP of ‘saffronisation’ and asked “What they themselves did in Tripura?”“We established National flag in Chief Minister’s room, it was not there during Manik Sarkar’s regime”, the Chief Minister said. Asked why not one protested, the Chief Minister said “none dared as he was a dictator”.Asked whether the statute of Lenin’s pulled down last month after BJP’s victory in the polls will be restored, Deb said, “ Main koi shilpkar nahin hoon, main tab sarkar main nahin tha...”On another question whether former Chief Minister Sarkar faced corruption charges on personal count, he replied in negative.On creating jobs and employment, he said 1,16,333 skilled work-force would be prepared by 2020 out of which 37,000 will be trained within Tripura and thereafter be given employment.Deb said he would encourage self-employment with bank offering loan from Rs 1 lakh to Rs 1 crore without guarantee if banks are ensured of debt servicing. “Government job is no indication of wellness of economy”, he said.Tourism would be one of the top priorities with Government encouraging religious tourism by building roads leading to famous temples and tourist spots. The two-lane roads on way to Mata Tripura Sundari Mandir is being converted into four-lanes.The Government would showcase tribal bamboo handicraft, products of agriculture and horticulture on both sides of the road and encourage economy of 20 tribal communities endowed with enormous talent, Deb said.He said in his State Hindu, Muslim and Christians all visit Mata Tripurari temple. The Government would encourage religious and spiritual tourism in the State by creating high-class roads and infrastructure around them, he said.
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