Congress Is Helping CPI-M in Tripura: Amit Shah

Congress Is Helping CPI-M in Tripura: Amit Shah

"But under the 14th finance commission of the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance government, the amount rose to Rs25,396 crore", Shah told a rally at Mohanpur constituency on Sunday.

Shah, who participated in road show and rally, urged the voters to vote for party that brings development.

"BJP is the only alternatives for development on Tripura", he said. "The government of "Lal Bhai" and its cadres have looted Tripura for 25 years in the name of development..."

Ahead of the state Assembly elections to be held next Sunday, the ruling party chief is on a two-day visit to the northeast state of Tripura.

He also promised to take action against the chit fund scam accused, if the party comes to power. "There is anger against the CPIM govt throughout the state, due to their misrule Tripura stands last, when it comes to development", Shah said. In a state where the government is among the highest job generating agency, the lure of higher pay scales serves as a big pull for the state's employed as well as the job aspirants.

Before leaving for Takarjala, Mr. Shah said BJP will ensure unity of people and demographic integrity of Tripura.

"Congress is practically helping the CPI-M (Communist Party of India-Marxist) by splitting the non-Left vote share in Tripura".

The state will go to polls on February 18 and result will be announced on March 3. He also accused him of helping the ruling government headed by Chief Minister Manik Sarkar to come back to power.

The CPI (M), however, denied the allegation and said that the BJP had carried out the attack instead and one CPI (M) worker was indergoing treatment at a hospital.

The BJP is contesting 51 out of the 60 Assembly seats, while its ally Indigenous Peoples Front of Tripura (IPFT) is fighting on nine seats. "Girls will be educated for free in Tripura all the way from nursery school to Post Graduation", Shah added.

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