BY TC News Desk
Agartala: January 05. Claiming the BJP will formed government in Tripura again with full majority, Union Home Minister Amit Shah has said that Congress and Communists are finished in the country.
The union minister has flagged off two ‘Rath Yatra’ and ‘Jan Vishwas Yatra’ as part of BJP’s poll campaign. He said, “I congratulate the Tripura BJP Unit for here commences a significant Yatra- a Yatra, which is named neither the ‘Vijay Yatra’ nor ‘Sankalp Yatra’, but the ‘Jan Vishwas Yatra’! As per our resolve, we have finally relieved Tripura from the misrule of Communists”.
“I have never seen anywhere that a party which had no MLA has formed government with full majority. This rally will continue 8 days, will travel more than 1000 km and will cover 200 public meeting, more than 50 road shows”, he said.
Shah further said that the 2018 election was to free Tripura from the misrule of the Communists. Communists ruled here for almost 3 decades, but the problems of Tripura were not resolved. “Starting from ration, water, employment you need to go to CPIM’s cadre. Now nowhere you will find the misrule. We have to make Tripura where every youth get job, women can live with safety and protected, and all tribal can enjoy their rights. In last five years the double engine government has provided rights, development, beliefs and good governance in place darkness, destruction, dispute and misgovernance”, Shah said.He said, “Under PM Modi’s leadership, both of our leaders Biplab Deb and Manik Saha, we have fulfilled all four promises of Railway, Internet, Highways, and Airways.”He however claimed that the state which was once known for drug trafficking, violence, intrusion and massive anti-national is now known for development, excellent infrastructure, and achievements.“Congress and Communists can never do good for the state. Congress finished the country and communists finished this world. For the betterment of Tripura under the leadership of Modi again BJP will form the government in full majority. ‘Tripuray abar Bhajpa Sarkar”, he added.