The government is working for building a secure and prosperous future for the new generation. For this, initiatives have been taken to implement the plans after deciding the blueprint for the next 25 years, stated Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb after inaugurating *Vision 2047-Tripura’ at Pragna Bhawan today.
Primarily, this exercise was started by the departments three months back by identifying 6 indicator sectors. These sectors are primary sector, social sector, industry and investment, infrastructure, communication and logistics, environment, forest and climate change and governance.
Planning and Coordination department and centre for good governance, SIPARD have jointly started this exercise.
This decision has been taken on priority basis for the overall development of the state. Suggestions will be taken from specialists and intellectuals of different sectors in the state and different works implemented so far will be reviewed.
On the second day of the workshop, the issues will be brought up in the presence of cabinet members.
The Chief Minister in the programme said, the state government is working on priority basis to ensure speedy citizen-centric services by going beyond tradition and keeping abreast of the modem world.
He suggested all the officials of concerned departments and those involved in implementation of plans to practically apply their knowledge earned from experience so far. He also urged the officials to spend at least an hour every day in order to reach the goal of state’s development outside their specified tasks. Initiatives have been taken to implement the plans after deciding the blueprint for the next 25 years amidst Azadi Ka Amrit Mahotsav. He suggested all to work with enthusiasm instead of simply keeping oneself engulfed in old traditions.
The Chief Minister asked the Chief Secretary to conduct a review meeting every month on the progress of plans in this regard.
The Chief Minister also said, we have to work according to the environment. He also. emphasized on bringing about change in the syllabus if needed to keep in line modernisation in different sectors including technical education instead of educating the children in conventional manner.
He said, the government has recently made a benchmark with significant success in various fields. It is necessary to acquaint the new generation about these achievements including discussion in higher education sector. The government is working on priority basis to
ensure all kinds of opportunities with transparency for everyone till the last person in the society. The Chief Minister stressed upon speedy implementation of different works and citizen-centric services. He said, inconsistency towards the goal is not going to bring in success.
MoU has been signed in the Destination Investment-Tripura Summit 2021 to the tune of about 3 crore rupees investment in Tripura. A huge investment is going to be made in the IT sector which will escalate the process of building a prosperous: Tripura.
A huge possibility of commercial investment and development has originated from this Summit. This has opened up avenues of huge prospects of economic growth investment. Everyone’s effort is essential to materialise the goal of next 25 years taken up by the state government.
The Chief Minister called upon the officials to responsibly create connection with people of all sections through implementation of specific plans.