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BJP will form next government in Tripura: Amit Shah

12 February 2018

Government Employees' bodies are agitating demanding implementation of 7th Pay in the state as they are not getting till today even though it has been BJP vision documents released before the election.

Mr Shah said a BJP government would protect and promote the cultural heritage and values of tribals.

In his statement, Shah said, "there is anger against the CPIM govt throughout the state, due to their misrule Tripura stands last when it comes to development". "Authorities here work under CPIM's pressure", Shah stated.

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Adding to this, Shah also highlighted the lack of law and order in the state and the BJP workers being attacked by the CPIM goons in the state.

"Violence and the Left-wing parties have the bond of friendship". 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. "Free health scheme will be given to people in Tripura".

The Left government, he said, was made in the name of the poor but poverty increased in its 25 years of rule and the number of unemployed youths rose to 7.33 lakh from 25,000 during the period.

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"Change the CPM government in Tripura on 3rd March, I assure that 7th pay commission will be implemented for government employees from 4th March, 2018", Shah said while addressing a press conference.

The Mamata Banerjee-led party has fielded candidates from 24 constituencies in the north-eastern state.

Without naming Rahul Gandhi, Mr Shah alleged that the Congress chief had put up candidates as "vote-katva" (cutting into others' votes) to help the CPI (M) government headed by chief minister Manik Sarkar to come back to power. BJP seems to have a strong uphold in the state of Tripura and will come out to be a strong challenge to the 25-year-old uninterrupted Left cadres in the state. Senior CPM leader Nilotpal Basu, while meeting the chief election commissioner Rawat, said that it was unacceptable and incorrect that the photo of a person occupying a Constitutional post was being circulated on BJP's campaign material.

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BJP will form next government in Tripura: Amit Shah