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Assam Assembly Fight Coronavirus & solve Tea laborers, ULFA issue, says Opposition leader Saikia

Any re-verification of the NRC can solely kindle the hornet's nest." Rakibul Hussain of the Congress aforementioned, "The second wave of the COVID-19 has badly affected rural and tea estate areas.

Assam Assembly Fight Coronavirus & solve Tea laborers, ULFA issue, says Opposition leader Saikia

GUWAHATI: The Opposition parties raised a gamut of problems like COVID-19 management, vaccination drive, NRC, talks with the ULFA-I etc by participating within the thanks-giving motion of the Governor’s speech within the State Assembly on Monday. participating within the discussion, Congress legislative assembly Party (CLP) leader Debabrata Saikia aforementioned, “We gave a month’s earnings throughout the primary wave of COVID-19 in 2020.

Later, 30 percent of our salaries were conjointly cut for the pandemic. we tend to were told at that point that some temporary hospitals would be erected within the State. we tend to didn’t see any hospital currently.

“The COVID-19 management should be done seriously. Vaccination could be a drawback within the rural areas within the State. Even some model hospitals haven’t got vaccines, plus alternative hospitals.

The registration for the vaccination of 18+ folks ought to be created offline. Rural and tea estate folks are not cognizant of online registration. the newest SOP (Standard Operation Procedure) for the COVID-19 this year has affected the poor badly. they must run Rs 5,000 per month until normalcy returns. “The ULFA drawback has been a long-drawn-out issue. it’s to be solved politically at the earliest.

Debabrata Saikia conjointly raised alternative problems like hiking tea laborers’ daily wage up to Rs 351, giving ST standing to the 6 ethnic communities in the State.

Creation of associate degree autonomous council for the Tai Ahoms, following the Centre for India Ratna or Padma Bhushan to Late Homen Borgohain, land rights for the endemic residents of Laika-Dadhiya and folks living on embankments within the State, etc.

Participating within the discussion Congress MLA India Chandra Narah aforementioned, “The real issues afflicting the State weren’t mirrored within the Governor’s speech. Even the quantity of individuals the World Health Organization died of COVID-19, the stock of COVID-19 vaccines within the State, etc., weren’t mentioned within the speech.

COVID-19 management was virtually productive in 2020, however the govt. has not been produced within the second wave.

“The Sarbananda Sonowal Government had the policy of intolerance to corruption. However, this Governor’s speech is mum thereon.

“The government should not select 20 percent re-verification of the independent agency in districts bordering Asian nation and 10 percent in alternative districts.

Any re-verification of the independent agency can solely kindle the hornet’s nest.” Rakibul Hussain of the Congress aforementioned, “The second wave of the COVID-19 has badly affected rural and tea estate areas.

The Government’s COVID management has not been correct now. The folks in villages got to necessitate vaccines.” Supporting the thanks-giving motion, AGP MLA Ramendra Narayan Kalita aforementioned, “This august House ought to attractiveness to the ULFA-I to return forward for peace talks.” Rafiqul Islam of the AIUDF aforementioned, “Many civil hospitals of the State haven’t got ICUs (Intensive Care Units). this could be put in.

The pandemic has affected the education sector within the State badly. the govt. ought to appoint academics as and once vacancies area unit created.” BJP MLAs Prasanta Phukan, Bhuban Pegu, Padma Hazarika, Jayanta Malla Baruah, Mrinal Saikia and Nandita Garlosa; UPPL MLAs Govinda Basumatary and Lawrence Islary; BPF MLA Durga Das Bora; AIUDF MLAs Aminul Islam and Karimuddin Borbhuyan; and Congress MLA Kamalakshya Dey Purkayastha conjointly spoke.