Amit Shah in Tripura: State once known for violence is now known for development
First Published: 5th January, 2023 19:33 IST
Shah flagged off two Jana Vishwas Rath Yatras in poll bound Tripura and addressed rallies
Union home minister Amit Shah said on Thursday that Tripura has changed for the better and a lot of development has taken place in the state in just four and half years of BJP rule.
“The Tripura, which was once known for drug trafficking, violence and massive anti-national activities, is now known for development, excellent infrastructure, achievements in sports, rising investments and organic farming activities,” Shah said addressing massive rallies in Tripura.
The home minister, flagging off two rath yatras in two different locations of the state, also said that he is confident of BJP coming back to power given the love and faith being shown by the people of the state to PM Narendra Modi.
“We have brought an end to terrorism through peace talks with the NLFT (National Liberation Front of Tripura), and resettled internally displaced Brus in the state,” he said.
The home minister flagged off one Jana Vishwas Rath Yatra in Dharmanagar in northern part of Tripura and he flagged off another Yatra in Sabroom in the southern part of the state.
The Jana Vishwas Yatra is part of the ruling BJP’s poll activities to boost the party’s rank and file and talk about the development activities undertaken by the BJP government in the state. The Yatras is expected to connect some ten lakh people covering 1000 Km in all 60 constituencies in eight days. The Rath Yatras would conclude in Agartala on January 12. BJP national president JP Nadda is going to take part in the concluding day.
During the eight day long yatra, 200 meetings, 100 padyatra and 50 road shows among other events would be held to boost the party workers and supporters ahead of the crucial polls early this year.
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