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INDI alliance to fade away soon as public rejects them: CM


 BY TC News Desk

Agartala, 23rd April 2024:   Chief Minister Prof. Dr. Manik Saha on Tuesday said that the time has come for the INDI alliance to gradually fade away as people have become aware of their tactics aimed at confusing the populace.

 While addressing an election campaign for BJP candidate Kriti Singh Debbarma at Fatikroy, under Unakoti District, Dr. Saha said that 28 political parties had come together and formed the Save Constitution Committee, known as the INDI alliance.

 “Slowly, they will disappear. All these efforts are merely tactics to confuse the public. They speak of democracy, yet during the emergency period, democracy was compromised. Many people were killed during the regimes of CPIM and Congress. Now, they have come together, claiming to protect the constitution. These 28 political parties have united to protect their own interests,” remarked Dr. Saha.

 Dr. Saha emphasized that what PM Modi has accomplished in the last 10 years is just a preview, with much more yet to come.

 “No one can halt the progress of the double-engine government. A wave of development is sweeping across the nation, and leaders from other countries show respect to PM Modi by referring to him as Mr. Boss. BJP consistently prioritizes development and works for the welfare of women, the poor, farmers, and youth. Previously, an unstable situation prevailed. However, after Narendra Modi assumed office as Prime Minister in 2014, the country’s trajectory changed rapidly. This Lok Sabha election is crucial for safeguarding the nation. Significant improvements have been made in law and order in Tripura,” he added.

 Present at the event were BJP state president Rajib Bhattacharya, Minister Sudhangshu Das, and youth leader Nabadal Banik.

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