Union Minister G Kishan Reddy has pledged the central government’s assistance to Tripura for the speedy implementation of infrastructure and welfare schemes. This promise was made after a review meeting with Tripura Chief Minister Manik Saha and senior state government officials.
During the meeting, various central government-sponsored schemes were reviewed, and the Union Minister expressed the central government’s commitment to helping Tripura achieve its goal of becoming a developed state.
“Almost all the central government-sponsored schemes came up for review at the meeting in presence of the chief minister and high officials of the state. Prime Minister Narendra Modi has set a goal to make Tripura a developed state and we all are working in that direction,” said Reddy in a statement to the media after the meeting.
The central government’s support for Tripura’s development is a welcome gesture, as the state has been grappling with infrastructure challenges that have impeded its progress. The state has also faced difficulties in implementing welfare schemes due to the lack of proper infrastructure.
The central government’s assistance will be crucial in overcoming these challenges and achieving the goal of making Tripura a developed state. It is hoped that this promise will translate into concrete action, with the central government providing the necessary funds and support for the implementation of infrastructure and welfare schemes in Tripura.
The Union Minister’s assurance of support is also significant in light of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, which has severely impacted the economy and development of states across the country. The central government’s support is vital in ensuring that states can recover from the pandemic and continue their progress toward development.
TUnion Minister assures Tripura of the central government’s support for infrastructure and welfare schemes, central government’s pledge to support Tripura’s development is a positive step that will go a long way in ensuring that the state can overcome its infrastructure challenges and implement welfare schemes effectively. It is hoped that this promise will be fulfilled in the near future and that Tripura will emerge as a developed state in the years to come.