PM calls for change in Tripura
Author: Desk February 16, 2018
Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed two rallies on the last day of campaigning in Tripura. The state goes to polls on Sunday. He said that the arrogance of Left government has become a barrier to development and welfare of people in Tripura.
PM also promised the people that once the BJP forms the government in the state, it will implement the seventh pay recommendations like they have been implemented in the other states of the country. Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s blistering attack against Manik Sarkar’s government in Tripura. A sentiment echoed by the people of the state. Taking the BJP’s call for Chalo Paltai forward, he said that the massive response to the BJP is an indication of the winds of change sweeping the state.
The huge turnout of women too is an encouraging sign. He said that the state government had failed to live up to the Left’s credo of uplifting the masses by protecting the rights of the working class. PM Modi said that the Tripura government couldn’t take the people’s support for granted anymore. .
Political violence as a sign of desperation was another message that the Prime Minister shared. PM Modi targeted the Congress as well for their double faced opportunistic approach towards the Left. He said that Left parties and the Congress are two sides of the same coin.
At Agartala too, Prime Minister Modi thanked the people for their massive support. He said that the rally ground had failed to accommodate the thousands of people who had turned up to support the BJP. Taking a dig at the red rule in Tripura, PM said that the Manik Sarkar govt has acted as road block in the State’s development.
Exuding confidence of a saffron win, PM said that the new BJP government in Tripura will be the youngest in the country. He said almost all BJP candidates are young and the state will benefit from their exuberance and energy. Prime Minister Narendra Modi not only made a call for change but also outlined the attractive alternative that the BJP has to offer.