The Congress party holds a nationwide movement protesting against inflation and price rise. As a part of this program, Tripura Pradesh Congress also held Raj Bhavan Abhiyan program in Agartala on Friday.
On Friday, the leaders and workers of the party took out a rally from the Tripura Pradesh Congress Bhavan from the post office Chowmuhani and traveled various roads on their way to the Raj Bhavan.
There was physical scuffle with the police. The activists and supporters of the party present in the rally broke the resistance of the police and moved forward.
Later the police arrested them. Tripura Pradesh Congress President Birjit Sinha, MLA Sudip Roy Burman and others were present in this movement.
Later Congress leaders set at the foot of the Gandhi statue and held a road meeting.
Speaking in the meeting, MLA Sudip Roy Burman said that inflation has reached an extreme level in the last 30 years. The country’s inflation has touched double digits in the last four years.
“The dream peddler came to power by showing people false dreams. But after coming to power, the price of the country’s goods reached the peak during BJP time. They totally failed to bring these under control” said Sudip Roy Burman.
“Currently, the price of goods is constantly increasing, but the government has failed to control it. Central government is putting independent central investigative agencies like CBI, ED behind opposition leaders”. opposition Congress party alleged.
On the other hand, Congress leader Ashish Kumar Saha said that by increasing the DA by 5 percent, nothing good is happening for the employees but rather a joke is being made on the employees. There are 28% DA still pending.
Congress’s Raj Bhavan Abhiyan was their all-India program on that day. Tight security has been seen in several places of Agartala city due to this program.
Tripura Pradesh Congress President Birjit Sinha said that the present government has failed to work for the people, so the Congress will defeat them in the coming days.
Apart from Agartala, the Congress also held this movement in eight districts of the state on this day.