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To make country more powerful, BJP need to win Tripura poll: Assam CM


By TC News Desk

Agartala: November 07. Assam Chief Minister Dr Himanta Biswa Sarma today said that to make the country more powerful, BJP need to win the election in Tripura.He however feels confident enough that BJP will win 55 out of 60 seats in 2023 poll.Assam CM Dr Sarma today officially started the poll campaign in Tripura with the inauguration of ‘Booth Vijay Abhiyan’ held at Rabindra Shatabarshiki Bhawan.

“To make the country more powerful, it is necessary for BJP to win election again. Last time in Tripura we have won 44 seats and this time I believe we will win 55 seats out of 66 seats in Assembly”, said the Chief Minister.He further said that from today ‘Booth Vijay Abhiyan’ has started but for him the campaign of forming BJP government again has started.

Lashing over the then left front government, the Chief Minister said now Tripura have IIIT and Forensic University and in this five year the government has done a lot.“What CPIM has done? It was a syndicate raaj. Now in Tripura there is a direction. When we started wining in Northeast people sitting in Delhi said by accidently we have won the election but then we again and against started winning the election in Northeast. Northeast is a permanent address of BJP. We have won Assam, Manipur, and Arunachal Pradesh twice and this time again we will win Tripura, Meghalaya and Nagaland. For more development we have to ensure BJP again that CPIM will never come again”, he added.

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