Agartala, February 15: Today Prime Minister Narendra Modi unveiled Dorjee Khandu State Convention Centre in Arunachal Pradesh and now is addressing public meeting in Shantir Bajar in Tripura. Promising deserving development PM Modi said that "In our journey to build a 'New India', we also want to build a modern and new Tripura."
Seeking huge attendance and encouraging women to go pro development, Prime Minister Modi said that “In the history of Tripura, such a large number of people have come for the first time. Too many numbers of mothers and flowing have come to bless. When the mothers and sisters bless us, our victory is certain.”
While Bhartiya Janata Party Executive Sunil Deodhar said that "Tripura people are tired of CPI(M) government under whose rule the number of unemployed people has gone up from 85,000 to 7.5 lakh. They want change.” He was addressing public rally at Pecharthal in Tripura.
Addressing a rally PM Modi said that people of Tripura have suffered for 25 years due to the misrule of Left party. "I urge people of the state to remove them from power."
Highlighting the “National Bamboo Mission”, PM Modi said that we simplified the norms relating to bamboo. Earlier it was classified as a tree, we changed it to grass. This helped so many bamboo growers: PM @narendramodi
Taking dig at Left government’s failure PM Modi questioned "Why is it that people do not get the minimum wages? The Communist government here has ruled the state for 25 years and ruined it. We promise BJP will provide minimum wages to all workers after forming a government in the state."
Promising people regarding 7th Pay Commission, PM Modi said that “Tripura employees still get salary according to the Fourth Pay Commission, while the 7th Pay Commission has been implemented across the country. The leftist government has kept employees deprived of their rights,' says PM Modi.
"What is the reason that Left government in Tripura is neither ensuring the minimum wages and nor implementing the recommendations of 7th pay commission?
After forming BJP government in Tripura, we will implement recommendations of 7th pay commission, providing right to the government employees he added.
“Communist Party does not believe in 'gantantra' (democracy), they believe in violence and 'gun-tantra',” said PM Modi.
Urging people to vote for best government PM Modi said that we are moving ahead with the mantra of development. We want to make a "New Tripura" like "New India". I have come to request you that you vote for BJP.