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CM leads campaign with vigor, Completes 30 rallies, 18 road shows covering over 6,000 km

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By TC News Desk

Agartala, 25th April 2024:   Tripura Chief Minister Prof. Dr. Manik Saha vigorously campaigned for BJP candidates in the Lok Sabha elections & Vidhan Sabha by-election, participating in 30 public rallies, 18 road shows, and 7 padyatras.

Commencing his election campaign on March 16th, Chief Minister Dr. Saha spared no stone unturned in ensuring the success of BJP candidates like Biplab Kumar Deb in West Parliamentary Constituency,  Kriti Singh Debbarma in East Parliamentary Constituency and Dipak Majumdar for Ram Nagar Assembly Constituency.

Throughout his campaign, Dr. Saha predominantly utilized trains and road travel to reach voters. Opting for grassroots methods of transportation, he covered approximately 6250 kilometers by road and more than 1600 kilometers by train. Moreover, demonstrating his personal dedication, Dr. Saha also walked 28 kilometers during the campaign, underscoring his profound commitment to the cause.

During the election campaign Dr Saha has also held interaction with people and received immense praise from the people’s. Response to Dr. Saha’s Roadshows & Padyatra’s found huge popularity in the Tribal area’s despite he belonging to the Bengali community.

His relentless pursuit of excellence and unwavering commitment to democratic principles have garnered widespread recognition. Dr. Saha’s campaign has resonated deeply with the people of Tripura, inspiring hope and fostering unity and purpose among all citizens breaking the barriers of religion, caste & class.

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