Manik Sarkar expressed concern about the economic crisis and political adversity
Economic crisis on one side and political adversity on the other All in all, the auto workers are in a difficult situation Police Bureau member Manik Sarkar said this at the blood donation camp of CITU state office on the occasion of the foundation day of Tripura Auto Rickshaw Workers Union on Sunday. Manik Sarkar also said that after the elections, all the workers could not come to the streets due to terrorism
But the terror is slowly decreasing After facing adversity, the auto workers have come forward to the blood donation camp as a sign of responsibility towards the society Manik Sarkar, a member of Police Bureau, expressed hope to continue this trend Expressing concern about the economic condition of the workers, Manik Sarkar said that currently the income of the auto workers has decreased a lot In spite of this situation, they have come forward to the blood donation camp being responsible towards people They certainly deserve to be congratulated He expressed hope that they will continue this trend in the future Apart from this, the current Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha’s action in the blood donation camp is highly commendable, said Manik Sarkar, a member of Police Bureau. He said, it is very necessary to continue this trend and continue this initiative from the government Then the violence and hatred will reduce, he said.
On this day, he said about the train accident in Odisha that such a train accident has not happened in the last 20-21 years Many people died Former Chief Minister Manik Sarkar said this while reacting to the Kormandal Express accident He said, the cause of the train accident must be discovered It is the responsibility of the government to see it Manik Babu said the demand for railway safety No one is to be blamed at this point, the government has to look into these issues Initiatives should be taken to prevent such accidents from happening in the future This incident is painful Tributes to the memory of those who have passed away He wished speedy recovery of the injured Former minister Manik Dey, former MP Shankar Prasad Dutta and others were also present on the day. Manik Sarkar and others encouraged blood donors in the camp.