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‘Not only BJP will replace CPI-M Ministers and MLAs, also BJP want to change Tripura peoples lives’, says Amit Shah at Udaipur
TIWN Jan 7, 2018
‘Not only BJP will replace CPI-M Ministers and MLAs, also  BJP want to change Tripura peoples lives’, says Amit Shah at Udaipur
PHOTO : Amit Shah addressing at Udaipur. TIWN Pic Jan 7

UDAIPUR, Jan 7 (TIWN): Batting against criticisms by ruling and anti-BJP parties about Congress MLAs joining in BJP , National BJP President Amit Shah said while addressing at Udaipur, “BJP will change Tripura with developmental works. It doesn’t want only to change the persons in power”. Amit Shah began his speech at Udaipur with ‘Bharat Mata Ki Joy’ slogan asking his activists to confirm PM Modi must hear their loud slogans and to assure that Tripura BJP’s power is strong enough to make Govt here. Shah has expressed his satisfaction over the crowds in both Ambassa and Udaipur. “Earlier also I saw rallies, but today it’s totally different. The crowd has told me BJP is coming in power”.

“Cholo Paltai slogan has a specific meaning. But like CPI-M  BJP doesn’t want to change Ministers and MLAs, but BJP wants to change Tripura’s people’s lives”, added Shah.

“Don’t think CPI-M has not done anything for Tripura, but in 25 years it has done Rose Valley Chit Fund like biggest financial scams”, said Shah.

“Among 37 lakhs of population, 8 lakhs of unemployed youths are just a major shame of communists-regime”, said Amit Shah.

The BJP leader also criticized CPI-M led 10323 job scams and ongoing health scams.

Criticizing the CPI-M led Government, Amit Shah said that the Centre is giving adequate funds to the State, but development in Tripura did not take place as it should have been.

‘Communist can’t stop PM Modi’s developmental works. If CPI-M tries to keep us inside the soil, breaking down all obstacles we will form the BJP Govt. On the 2nd day of BJP’s Govt’s forming, its govt employees will get 7th pay commission”, said Shah. 

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