- Tripura CM Biplab Kuma suspended three employees for negligence in working
- Deb was on a visit to Gandacherra sub-division to hold a review meeting with official
- It was Deb’s first visit to a sub-division of Biplab Deb after becoming the chief minister of the state
Newly elected Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb has made a surprise visit to sub-division of Gandacharra in the northern Tripura district of Dhalai on Tuesday, suspended three employees for negligence in working.
According to the information, Deb was on a visit to Gandacherra sub-division to hold a review meeting with government officials. After the meeting, the Chief Minister visited Bhagirathpara ADC village and witnessed the dilapidated condition of toilets there.
Deb went to Bhagirath para to check the conditions of the Centrally-sponsored schemes implemented there. There he noticed the poor conditions of roads, household latrines and a kitchen of a local Anganwadi center.
The chief minister said the lack of facilities was due to the negligence of the duty of the officials and directed the District Magistrate of Dhalai District Vikas Singh to suspend all the four concerned officials.
With the report of the negligence in working culture, Deb asked the District Magistrate (DM) of Dhalai district, Vikash Singh, to suspend all the three concerned officials including block Development Officer Pradip Debbarma and two other government officials of Dumburnagar RD Block.
It was Deb’s first visit to a sub-division of Biplab Deb after becoming the chief minister of the state. Meanwhile, Tripura CM underlined the need to improve the quality of education by following the model of the ancient Nalanda University.
“The educational pattern of ancient Nalanda University must be followed to improve the quality of education. Quality of education is the need of the hour,” Deb said after inaugurating a 30-day faculty induction training programme organised by the Faculty Development Centre of Tripura University.
The scheme’s goals included setting up, among other things, 30 schools, five centres of excellence for curriculum and pedagogy, two Inter-University Centres for Teacher Education, 25 teaching learning centres and five centres of excellence in science and mathematics.