The Tripura state unit of CPI-M is observing Demand Day on Tuesday in the State.
The CPI-M politburo has called to observe June 16 as ‘demand day’ in the country.
This programme is also being observed in Tripura.
They are observing the demand day programme on the basis of four-point demand.
The CPI-M has demanded that every family that does not pay income tax will have to be paid Rs 7,500 for six months.
It also said 10 kg ration per head for six months should be provided by the Central Government to fight against COVID-19 pandemic situation.
It demanded that the government should also provide 200 days of work for the poor and announcement of unemployment allowance, stop the looting of national resources, abolition of revised labor act and to stop privatization of public sector.
The CPI (M) activists on Tuesday have come out to the streets with these demands.
People have gathered in at least 400 places across Tripura in support of thier demands.
They are announcing their demands by hanging posters around their necks.
This programme is being implemented in all districts, subdivisions and blocks.
They are observing the day maintaining the rule of physical distance.
Leaders and workers of all levels of the party are participating in this programme.