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HM Amit Shah in Tripura to mark BJP-IPFT govt’s 4 years in office

First Published: 8th March, 2022 13:31 IST

Union Home Minister Amit Shah has landed at Agartala in Tripura this afternoon. The Home Minister then visited Tripurasundari Temple in Gomati district where he offered prayers. The Union Home

Union Home Minister Amit Shah has landed at Agartala in Tripura this afternoon.

The Home Minister then visited Tripurasundari Temple in Gomati district where he offered prayers.

The Union Home Minister has arrived in Tripura on the occasion of the BJP-IPFT government’s completion of four years in office.

Security arrangements had been tightened across the state ahead of the visit of the Union Home Minister.

Meanwhile, after visiting the temple, he will unveil Pilgrimage Rejuvenation and Spiritual Heritage Augmentation Drive scheme at the temple complex.

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The Union Home Minister will also address a mega public rally at Swami Vivekananda Stadium, organized by the Bharatiya Janata Party to mark the fourth year of the BJP-IPFT government here in Tripura.

Besides, Shah will lay the foundation stone of the National Forensic Sciences University campus in the presence of Chief Minister Biplab Deb and Union Minister of State for Social Empowerment and Justice Pratima Bhoumik.

According to sources, Shah would be meeting party functionaries at Agartala before flying back to Delhi in the afternoon.

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