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Biplab Kumar Deb urges voters to bid farewell to Communist and Congress parties

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BY TC News Desk

Agartala, 23rd April 2024:   Former Chief Minister of Tripura Biplab Kumar Deb claimed that the Communists and Congress stand as adversaries to the people of the state. “It’s time to rid ourselves of their shackles and embrace a future of progress and prosperity with the BJP”, he added.

Addressing an election rally at Raima Valley assembly constituency, Deb accused the Communists of neglecting the welfare of the people, particularly those in Gandachar, whom he asserted were treated as second-class citizens under the Communist regime. “The era of Communist rule in Tripura has come to an end,” he proclaimed with conviction. “In 2018, we shattered the stronghold of the CPM in the assembly elections, and now, in 2024, we will deliver the final blow in the Lok Sabha elections.”

Not one to mince words, Deb took direct aim at former Chief Minister Manik Sarkar, a stalwart of the Communist Party. “What a spectacle it is to witness Manik Sarkar, a four-time Chief Minister, resorting to voting Nota in the West Lok Sabha seat,” he quipped, drawing strident cheers from the crowd.

Drawing parallels with Pradyot Kishore Debbarman, the founder of TIPRA Motha, Deb highlighted the BJP government’s commitment to the development of indigenous communities. “Pradyot Kishore Debbarman has forged a fruitful partnership with the BJP government, recognizing our unwavering dedication to the upliftment of Jati and Janjatis,” he remarked, signaling a new era of cooperation and progress.

As the rally reached its crescendo, Deb issued a fervent call to arms, urging voters to deliver a resounding victory for Kriti Singh Debbarma in the upcoming East Tripura Lok Sabha elections. “Let us seize this moment, let us seize our destiny,” he declared, igniting the flames of change that swept across Tripura’s political scenario.

Deb passionately campaigned for BJP nominee for East Tripura parliamentary constituency Kriti Singh Debbarma and urged voters to bid farewell to the Communist Party and Congress.

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