Tripura marching closure towards elections; BJP assures ‘welfare’ to reach even the farthest corner of Northeast
 Source : NewsBharati  Date : 14-Feb-2018

Agartala, February 14: While Tripura is heading closure towards polls, a ray of hope for development is also reeling in the hearts of people backing Bhartiya Janata Party’s mission to transform Tripura. Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath today while speaking at a press conference assured that all welfare schemes of the Centre reach the poor, even in the farthest corner of the Northeastern state. 

On Tuesday Union Health Minister J P Nadda too arrived in Tripura and visited the house of BJP Tripura booth Activist Madhusudhan Deb who was brutally hacked to death by CPM goons in Agartala. He was stabbed mercilessly and there were many wounds inflicted on his body. Minister Nadda said “We assured of all the justice to his family.”


Yogi Adityanath arrived in Tripura for accompanying BJP Chief Amit Shah who has been rallying whole heartedly in Tripura. Massive support has also been received as people raise saffron flags all over.


While speaking at the conference Yogi Adityanath said that since Left rule has deprived people of Tripura from reaping the benefits for last 25 years, if the BJP came to power in the state, it would maintain "excellent relations" with the Centre and extend benefits of all central welfare schemes.

Hitting at the Left ruling government Yogi Adityanath said that Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar and his government have "next to zero" interest in development, despite huge fund allocation from the Centre for education, health and other key sectors.


"The BJP could be the only alternative for good governance in the state," he added further. Yogi Adityanath also echoed the mission promised by BJP in their ‘Vision Document’ saying that if BJP comes to power workers will get to benefit 7th Pay Commission.

CM Yogi Adityanath touched down in Tripura today morning to carry forward the Bhartiya Janata Party promises in Tripura. Yogi Adityanath accompanied BJP Chief Amit Shah in campaigning. Yogi Adityanath said that BJP raised slogans since 2013 “Sabke Saath Sabka Vikas”, taking ahead the same promise today under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi BJP has come out with a plan for the good of people like money, currency and digital India.

Polling for assembly elections in Tripura will be held on 18 February while counting will be held on 3 March.