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CPI-M flourished corruption, mis-governance for 25 years but BJP gave development: Mahesh Sharma


By TC News Desk

Agartala Oct 27:  An organizational meeting was held at the conference room of Sonamura Town Hall under the initiative of BJP Sipahijala district on Thursday centering the arrival of state BJP Election in-charge Dr Mahesh Sharma.

District President Debbrata Bhattacharya presided over the organizational meeting while Tripura Pradesh Pravari Dr. Mahesh Sharma was present as the chief guest. Nalchar Legislative Assembly MLA Subhash Chandra Das, State Secretary Jasim Uddin, District President Supriya Das Dutta and others also remained present.

The organizational meeting was held to decide the strategy for the upcoming assembly election while the blueprint was prepared by Dr. Mahesh Sharma. Addressing the program, Dr Mahesh Sharma castigated the prime opposition political party CPI-M over corruption and misrule in the state for 25 long years. “With the onset of BJP government in Tripura, the party has given good governance by delivering people-oriented projects of the state and central government without being biased of any political color”, said Sharma.Answering the reporter’s question on alliance with any political or regional party Sharma said, “We will fight alone without any alliance and hope to form the government with majority in the next assembly polls”. Dr Sharma is scheduled to have numerous organizational meetings with party leaders and Karyakartas’ of different levels in his 3-day state visit.

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