With 'chalo paltai' cries, Amit Shah launches Tripura poll campaign

With 'chalo paltai' cries, Amit Shah launches Tripura poll campaign

With 'chalo paltai' cries, Amit Shah launches Tripura poll campaign

The BJP chief added that if the north-eastern state doesn't do away with Left rule, it will be reduced to a backward state in terms of women's safety, unemployment, and economic development.

He told that party workers that the party's mission is not to form the government "because we are already in power in 19 states". "The departure of the Congress government and the arrival of a BJP government means development is set to arrive in the state", Amit Shah said while speaking at a rally at Tikrikilla in West Garo Hills.

"The BJP does not want a change for the sake of it.it wants a change to bring about a qualitative difference in governance so that the condition of the lives of the people improve", Shah said. "The more you spread the mud of violence, the better will be the Lotus blossom".

"Crime has become synonymous with the CPI (M) rule", he said.

"Many many years have given to CPI-M-led Left Front".

Sarma, who is BJP's in-charge of Tripura elections, said that within the next one and a half month the BJP government would be installed in Tripura and then a new Tripura would be shaped and that would be a model state in the entire country. The rate of crimes against women is very high, the rule of law does not exist.

"The state is having over seven lakh unemployment youths while 37 lakh people live in the tiny state".

Taking a dig at the Sarkar government on the state's health front, Amit Shah said that even though there are no cases of malaria in the rest of the states, Tripuria still witnesses many such deaths.

The BJP President also said those who are involved in the Rs 35,000 crore chit fund scams would be sent to jail once the BJP formed the government. The BJP chief is on a visit to Tripura, where the Assembly polls are due as the term of the current House is scheduled to come to an end on March 6.

The Left-ruled Tripura is within the sights of the party, where Manik Sarkar's unbroken reign since 1998 is a challenge to the BJP's plans for expansion.

Shah warned the ruling CPI (M) that any attempt by them to trigger violence in the run-up to the polls would not be spared.

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