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Nadda ask CPI-M, Cong leaders to take rest and let BJP’s development work continue

“Once again BJP in Tripura,” said JP Nadda on the final day of Jan Biswas Yatra

BJP’s National President JP Nadda came to the state on the final day of the Rath Yatra program of the state BJP and attacked the CPIM and Congress in his speech.

The Rath Yatra ‘Jan Biswas Yatra’ that started on 5th January ended on Thursday 12th January, the birth anniversary of Swami Vivekananda.

JP Nadda came to the state on Thursday to attend the program and mark the end of the Jan Biswas Yatra of the state BJP.

He first joined the Rath Yatra in Agartala city and later joined the party meeting at Umakanta Ground.

Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha, Deputy Chief Minister Jishnu Debbarma, former Chief Minister and present MP Biplab Kumar Deb, BJP’s cabinet ministers, BJP MLAs, BJP state president Rajib Bhattacharjee along with BJP central leaders were in were present in the public meeting.

BJP’s All India President J P Nadda targeted the CPIM from the platform of Umakanta Maidan public meeting on this day.

While speaking on the occasion, Nadda alleged that the CPIM government means rape, strikes, extortion from employees, and political violence.

He also complained that there was corruption in REGA during the previous Left era in the state. JP Nadda claimed that the BJP government means development and corruption-free government.

He said that since the establishment of the BJP government in the state, REGA has been working with transparency. He further claimed, “The people of Tripura have decided that once again BJP in Tripura”. JP Nadda further claimed that Tripura is getting the benefit of a double engine and not a single incident of political violence occurred in the state during the tenure of Biplab Kumar Deb and Manik Saha.

JP Nadda said to give rest to the Communists and Congress. On the concluding day of the state BJP’s Jan Biswas Yatra programme, BJP workers and supporters present in huge numbers across Agartala city as well as at Umakanta Maidan.


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