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Congress is directionless, CPIM rejected by people: Dr Saha


BY TC News Desk

Agartala, 9th February 2024 :   Chief Minister Prof. Dr. Manik Saha today stated that  Congress and CPI(M), stating that one party has become directionless, and the other has been rejected by the youth.

He also predicted that the BJP will continue to govern the country and the state for the next few decades. Addressing the Karyakartas of Ampi, Amarpur and Karbook Mandals under Gomati district today, Dr. Saha emphasized that under the leadership of PM Narendra Modi, the country has entered a new era of development, becoming stronger in every field.

“We need to further strengthen Modi Ji’s hands in the upcoming Parliamentary elections for continued development,” he urged.

Dr. Saha highlighted that the present central and state governments are dedicated to overall development.

“We are tirelessly working in every sector. Our organization’s main agenda is to visit every household, fostering good relations and trust. We must engage in this work. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is implementing successive schemes for the betterment of people from every section. In our country, we recognize only four castes – Women, Youth, Poor, and Farmers. We are working with all these groups in mind. We have observed how some political parties exploit caste and religion,” stated Dr. Saha.

Slamming Congress and CPIM for using religion and caste for politics, Dr Saha said, “I feel very disheartened to see the Congress, as they lack any clear agenda or aim. Congress appears aimless and directionless, and the new generation has also rejected CPIM. In the coming days, there will be only the BJP in the country. As the BJP has formed its government in the country and the state, it will continue for the next few decades,” he concluded.

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