Published by: Subhajit Mandal | Posted: April 1, 2023 6:24 pm| Updated: April 1, 2023 7:08 pm
News Daily Digital Desk: Just as a section of government employees in Bengal is gearing up to march in Delhi to demand an increase in dearness allowance, another BJP-ruled state has announced its decision to pay DA at the central rate. On Saturday, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sharma announced the increase in DA by 4 percent. Opposition leader Suvendu Adhikari once again attacked Assam Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee using this decision of the Assam government.
On Saturday, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma announced the decision to increase the amount of DA to government employees by 4 percent. He tweeted, “Our government cares about employees. I am happy to inform that the salary earners and pensioners of the state will be given an additional 4 percent DA from now on. They will get DA at this new rate as of January 1, 2023.” As a result, government employees of Assam will also get DA at the rate of 42 percent. Not only this, the increased DA will be given in the form of area from January.
[আরও পড়ুন: এবার জন্ম তারিখ নিয়ে বিতর্কে শতরূপ ঘোষ, শুভেচ্ছা কুড়োতে ব্যবহার করেন লেনিনের জন্মদিন!]
By using Himantar’s announcement, Subhendu Adhikari pierced the government of Bengal. The leader of the opposition party of Bengal tweets and congratulates Himant saying that the government of Assam is also giving DA at the rate of the center. Unfortunately, in our state, the Chief Minister calls government employees thieves, dacoits.” After that, Shuvendu’s question, is Bengal ahead or deprived Bengal?
[আরও পড়ুন: রুবি পর্যন্ত মেট্রোরুটে নতুন ভাড়া ঘোষণা, একনজরে দেখে নিন ভাড়ার তালিকা]
In fact, Shuvendu has been continuously fueling the state’s agitating government workers. Mainly on the advice of the opposition leader, the DA agitators are moving towards Delhi this time. However, the Trinamool is clear that till the central government clears the dues of the states, it is not possible to give DA at increased rates.
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