By TC News Desk
Agartala, October 16, 2022: The BJP ST Morcha national president Samir Oran is in a two-day visit to Tripura on Sunday to strengthen the base of morcha in state, districts and booths levels.
Speaking to media persons at BJP state headquarters here on Sunday evening, Oran said that he has come here in Tripura to strengthen the base of indigenous community across the state. Based on the Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s slogan of “Sabka Saath, Sabka Bikas, Sabka Biswas, Sabka Prayas”, attempts are made to make sure that the government benefits are enjoyed by the last person of the society. However, his visit for two days will significantly focus on holding meetings with the karyakartas of state, districts and booths levels across the state.
As the assembly election is approaching in Tripura, BJP ST Morcha national president said “The indigenous karyakartas should work hard in taking up the benefits ensured by the government for the people across the state. Election-oriented programme should be organized and being integrated, the workers need to work for the betterment of the saffron party.”
“BJP national president JP Nadda had asked the karyakartas to highlight the governments’ schemes and projects introduced under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi among the people throughout the country. In Tripura, Ekalavya Model Residential Schools has been set up for the indigenous children, large number of people are engaged with handloom products and government had made opportunities for marketing in national and international markets, etc.,” he added.
Citing instances to develop indigenous inhabitants, Oran also said “Prime Minister Modi has introduced many schemes and one of the significant is Pradhan Mantri Adi Adarsh Gram Yojana. The way of reaping these benefits will be explained elaborately among the karyakartas, who will later create awareness among people. The government also had introduced PMAY, Ayushman Bharat, etc., many villages are there across the country which are still unaware of. However, the Tripura government is working quite hard in creating awareness among the common people.”