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BJP will form government in Tripura with the vision of ‘Sabka Saath, Sabka Vikas’: Amit Shah

Taking a jibe at Congress Amit Shah said, “In Tripura, BJP will form a government, we will rise above Dalit politics and maintain a better law and order.”

BJP President Amit Shah held a press conference in Agartala on Monday. He claimed “The people of Tripura are now ready for the change. In the northeast, we are continuously moving forward with the slogan of ‘Sabka Saath Sabka Vikas’.”  It is imperative to note here that the Tripura elections will be held on February 18 and for the past 20 years, the state has been under the ruling of the CPM government.

Addressing the rally Amit Shah said, “The syndication is dominated here and the Congress has been conspiring to make the CPM win. The BJP workers will be fielded at every polling station and every booth. People of Tripura have made up their minds for the change. We will provide employment to every household. We will create Logistics for transport.”

Taking a jibe at Congress Amit Shah said, “In Tripura, BJP will form a government, we will rise above Dalit politics and maintain a better law and order.” He further added, “There are several schemes going on to benefit poor in Tripura, the situation in the state has worsened.”

Shah said that the number of terrorists who were killed in the BJP government’s regime has never happened after independence.

Criticizing the CPM government in Tripura Shah said, “One of our booth workers was abducted and with absolutely no information about them for two days. But when our workers finally pressurized the DGP, it was found that he was murdered and hanged on the tree, people of CPM did it. The officers are working under the pressure of the CPM, violence and the Left have always been an integral part of the CPM party. “

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