Tripura all set to bid farewell to Manik Sarkar; BJP will fulfill the promises: Amit Shah
 Source : NewsBharati  Date : 09-Jan-2018

Ambassa, January 9: With an aim to uproot the corrupt Manik Sarkar in Tripura, massive crowd backed Bhartiya Janata Party Chief Amit Shah during his rally. Lambasting Left government, BJP Chief Amit Shah warned that the scamsters will end up in the Agartala central jail. 

While BJP Chief Amit Shah was addressing the rally, Ram Madhav, BJP’s Northeast India in-charge, and the Assam Minister and election in-charge, Himanta Biswa Sarma, were also present.

 

Reiterating over corrupt and lawlessness in Tripura, Amit Shah said that “In the last 25 years of Communist misrule in Tripura, the situation has gone from bad to worse. The Communists have unleashed poverty and unemployment, whenever and wherever, they are in power.”

 

On a positive note, Amit Shah said that “this huge support reflects the anger against the misrule of Manik government and trust in PM Narendra Modi’s leadership among the people of Tripura. The state is all set to bid farewell to the ‘Red Flag’.” “The countdown for Manik Sarkar has begun, soon BJP will form government and fulfill the aspirations of people in Tripura,” Shah added.

Assuring the employment opportunities for the people of Tripura, Amit Shah said that PM Modi government has fixed minimum labour wage at Rs 340/day across the country but Manik Sarkar govt is giving only Rs 170/day in Tripura. BJP government will increase it to Rs. 340/day after forming the government in Tripura.