Poll campaigning is intensified in Tripura, ahead of assembly elections to be held on 16th of February.
BJP National President J.P. Nadda arrived in Agartala on Wednesday.
Nadda said that Prime Minister Modi has a special concern for Tripura.
Meanwhile, several other renowned central leaders and celebrity campaigners have addressed a series of election rallies across different parts of Tripura to seek votes from electorates and secure the re-establishment of the BJP government for the second term in the state.
Among them, Union Minister Smriti Irani, film-star Mithun Chakraborty, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma and Opposition leader of West Bengal Suvendu Adhikari are some notable campaigners.
The Left Front which has formed an alliance with the Congress issued its election manifesto with around 85 promises on Friday.
In the manifesto, the left front has promised that it will strengthen the autonomous district councils in Tripura, provide jobs to retrenched 10,323 teachers, etc
BJP party sources said that BJP national president Jagat Prakash Nadda will release the manifesto for the upcoming Tripura assembly elections.
Source added that new points are included in the manifesto, which are important for the state’s development.
He further said, “The Modi government always thinks about the development of the Northeast. Their vision is the development of the state and most importantly the youth.”
He added that Nadda will offer prayers in the morning at the Tripura Sundari temple in Udaipur on Thursday.
Then he will release the manifesto and will also address a rally.
Notably, BJP promised jobs, 7th Pay Commission pay matrix, increasing monthly social pension to Rs 2,000, providing drinking water to 53 percent households, providing houses to 3.8 lakh families, etc. during Tripura Assembly Polls in 2018.