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INDI alliance rally calls for defeat of Modi-led government: Jitendra Chaudhury

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By TC News Desk

Agartala, 6th April 2024:   Jitendra Chaudhury, the leader of the opposition party in the state and convener of the election campaign committee of the state’s India Alliance, lambasted the Narendra Modi-led government for what he called a decade of broken promises and mismanagement.

In a fiery rally held at Birchandra Manu in Santirbazar subdivision,on Saturday, Chaudhury accused the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of deceiving the Indian populace since coming to power in 2014. Promises made to farmers, youth, and the poor, including the creation of 2 crore jobs annually, doubling farmers’ crop prices, reducing commodity prices, and repatriating black money, have all remained unfulfilled, he claimed.

“Instead of fulfilling promises, this government has pushed millions of farmers to suicide, impoverished countless families, and driven numerous youth to desperation,” Chaudhury declared.

Highlighting the economic burden imposed by the government, Chaudhury stated that a staggering debt of two and a half lakh crores has been placed upon the citizens over the past decade.

“The defeat of the Narendra Modi-led BJP government in the 2019 elections was inevitable, but they clung to power through conspiracy,” Chaudhury asserted, emphasizing the urgency of defeating the BJP in the upcoming elections.

The rally, which sought support for CPIM-nominated INDI Alliance candidates Rajendra Reang and Asish Kumar Saha for the East and West Tripura constituencies respectively, drew notable leaders including Congress MLA Gopal Chandra Roy.

Chaudhury criticized the BJP’s attempts to stifle opposition voices, stating, “The ground is shaking under their feet as the elections draw near. They resort to imprisoning opposition figures, yet the BJP itself stands as the world’s most corrupt party, as affirmed by the highest court.”

Taking a swipe at the BJP, Chaudhury dubbed it the “Bharatiya Lutera Party” (Indian Plunderer Party) and questioned the selective application of justice, referring to the incarceration of Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal while BJP leaders remain free.

Regarding the BJP’s performance in the state, Chaudhury accused the government of failing to fulfill its promises, alleging neglect of administrative duties and erosion of democratic processes.

“A procession preceding the rally showcased the overwhelming support of activist supporters,” Chaudhury concluded, underscoring the determination of the India Alliance to unseat the BJP and usher in a new era of governance.

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