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Wednesday, May 29, 2024

CM’s Campaign Gains Momentum, Opposition Facing Setbacks

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BY TC News Desk

Agartala, August 31. An air of enthusiasm and support engulfs the Boxanagar Assembly constituency as Chief Minister Prof. Dr. Manik Saha led a massive Padyatra for the BJP-nominated candidate for the upcoming by-election.

The resonance of this campaign has been nothing short of remarkable, as Chief Minister Prof. Dr. Saha’s proactive engagement continues to gather immense momentum, leaving a lasting impact.

After Dr Saha started campaigning in the poll-bound assembly constituency, the opposition political parties received a massive blow as many voters who were once affiliated with the opposition parties left and joined BJP.

Today, in yet another vibrant display of grassroots democracy, Dr. Saha today embarked on a Padyatra in the Kulubari area under Boxanagar Assembly Constituency, for the BJP’s candidate, Tafajjal Hossain.

Later, on Facebook, Dr Saha wrote, “The people’s confidence & faith in Bharatiya Janata Party is reflecting at every corner of Boxanagar assembly constituency. Similar was the experience during a Padayatra at Kulubari area today”. He said that the BJP candidate from Boxanagar for bye-election Tafajjal Hossain is receiving unbelievable responses from all sections of people which is a clear indication of our victory in the bye-polls.In today’s program, BJP MLA Kishore Barman, former Minister Billal Miah, Subal Bhowmik, and other leaders were present.

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