Law and order situation in the state is normal. This year’s elections were conducted peacefully without any violence or rigging. Which has made history in the state.
A total of 254 different types of complaints have been registered in the state since the announcement of the last assembly elections. A total of 235 people have been arrested for their involvement in these cases.
995 notices have been issued. Police has taken quick action in 1230 cases to maintain law and order. Chief Minister Professor (Dr) Manik Saha said this while debating in support of the motion of thanks on the Governor’s speech on the third day of the first session of the Thirteenth Legislative Assembly today.
After discussion the vote of thanks was unanimously adopted. He further said that the central government and the state government under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi are committed to the overall welfare of the people.
The current state government wants to work with everyone. The state government has already taken various important steps for the welfare of the people. Special priority has also been given to the development of ADC areas.
In the second half of the session, the Chief Minister also said in the discussion that an Eklavya model residential school has been constructed at Nalichara in Ambasa for the development of the people. Besides, 16 more Eklavya model residential schools are being built.
A new Janjati Rest House has been constructed at Kumari Madhuthi Rupshree Abas, Sakram’s Kalachara in Agartala. Responding to the Prime Minister’s call, Janjati Gaurav Diwas was celebrated in the state in 2022. Along with this, a plan has been taken to increase the monthly allowance of Janjati Samajpati from 2 thousand to 5 thousand rupees. During the discussion, the Chief Minister thanked Governor Satyadeo Narain Arya for his speech delivered by the Governor on March 24. The Chief Minister also thanked all the members who spoke on the Governor’s speech.