The newly appointed Chief Minister of Tripura, has been summoned to meet the prime minister, Narendra Modi, and BJP party president, Amit Shah, on May 2 in the national capital region, according to reports. Biplab Deb has been in the news for making many controversial, foot-in-mouth statements over the past few weeks.
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On April 29, the chief minister advised the youth of his state to not run after politicians for government jobs and, instead, milk cows and open pan shops. “There should be a cow in every house. Why run after netas for government jobs? Milk is being sold at Rs 50 per litre. Graduates should get cows and milk it to earn Rs 10 lakh in 10 years. Instead of running after political parties,” the Chief Minister said at an event.
A day earlier, the chief minister left everyone confused when he suggested that only civil engineers are fit for Civil Services. He also advised that mechanical engineers should not aspire to be civil servants.
He had earlier said that Diana Hayden won the Miss World title due to the influence of global conglomerates. A few weeks back he said that internet and satellite have been in existence since Mahabharata era.