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Vote for Progress: CM stresses role of every voter in nation-building


 BY TC News Desk

Agartala, 25th January 2024 :  Chief Minister Prof. Dr. Manik Saha on Thursday said that the country has strengthened under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, emphasizing the significance of every vote in the upcoming days to further enhance the progress initiated by the Prime Minister.

 On the occasion of National Voters Day, Dr. Saha addressed new voters and other attendees at the new voter conference organized by the Yuva Morcha of Baradowali Mandal.

 “Our country has progressed in various fields under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Every vote in the upcoming days will play a crucial role in strengthening the Prime Minister’s ability to continue this positive trajectory,” said Dr. Saha.

 He explained that the primary purpose of organizing this conference is to engage with new voters. “The conference aims to enlighten them about their voting rights in the democratic system, understand their thoughts about the country and the state, and apprise them of various important issues. Their perspectives will be sought and shared with us in the pursuit of building a robust nation,” stated the Chief Minister.

 Dr. Saha expressed confidence that the collective efforts of all would contribute to the realization of “Ek Tripura Shrestha Tripura” and “Ek Bharat Shreshtha Bharat.”

 Present at the occasion were Mayor of Agartala Municipal Corporation Dipak Majumder, Corporator Ratna Dutta, and other dignitaries.

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