- PM Modi is on his visit to the poll-bound Tripura
- He will hold two rallies in Santirbazar and Agartala today
- PM will make his maiden visit to Arunachal after Dokhlam standoff
Tripura is left with two days for the elections on the 60 Assembly Seats, this is the final time when the political parties will give their campaigns a much-needed push to make an attempt to increase their vote count. Keeping the same in mind, PM Modi will hold two rallies in Tripura today.
Rallies scheduled for Santirbazar and Agartala
Prime Minister of the country and the star campaigner of Bhartiya Janata Party(BJP) Narendra Modi is revisiting Tripura. He is scheduled to hold two election rallies in the state today.
The two rallies will be held in Santirbazar at 2 pm and in Asthabal Maidan Agartala at 4 pm.
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Prime Minister starting his visit to the Northeastern states, he will first visit the land of Dawn-lit mountains, Arunachal Pradesh. Here he will inaugurate various projects initiated by the government at the centre and the state government as well.
This visit of PM Modi to Arunachal will be the maiden one after the Army’s standoff with Chinese soldiers in Doklam plateau last year.
As the information received, during this visit to Arunachal, PM will inaugurate the Dorjee Khandu state convention centre.
Along with this, he will also relaunch Doordarshan for the north-eastern states of the country.
It is also expected that PM may dedicate the State Civil Secretariat building to the nation and lay the foundation stone of the academic block of Tomo Riba Institute of Health and Medical Science.
PM’s rallies in Sonamura and Kailasahar
This is not the first visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to the poll-bound Tripura, before this, he visited the state on February 8 to hold two election rallies in Sonamura and Kailasahar regions.
During these rallies, PM lashed out at the CPIM-led state government. He also countered their failure in bringing development to the state in past 25 years.
In a statement, PM targetted the incumbent Chief Minister Manik Sarkar and said that the state is wearing wrong a wrong ‘Manik’ from 25 years and now is the time for a change as the state needs ‘HIRA’.
According to him, Hira stands for-
PM also countered the ruling CPIM over lack of Minimum Wages, Rose Valley Chit Fund Scam, and many developmental projects the state is lacking.