Tripura Polls: PM Modi, Amit Shah and BJP stalwart to put full strength for the final time

tripura assembly elections 2018

Story highlights

  • The ACE leaders of BJP will visit Tripura prior to elections
  • All these leaders will hold election rallies in the states
  • PM Modi to visit twice in Tripura to meet the people of Tripura

Tripura is all set for the elections this year and the state will vote on coming 27 of this month. Before this, BJP and its ace leaders for the final time will visit the state to give the party a much-needed push by campaigning in various regions of the state. Meanwhile, PM Modi will visit the state twice to hold campaigns and meet the state party leaders.

PM to visit Tripura on Feb 8 and 15

As the Elections for the 60 assembly seats is approaching Tripura, the Prime Minister of the country will also visit the state, but this time he will not be the PM but the ‘Star Campaigner’ of Bhartiya Janata Party that is trying to make grounds in the Left-ruled state of Tripura.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Tripura twice that is on 8th and 15th of this month, as announced by the state party leaders and also hold the party meetings twice in the state.

As per the statement of state BJP President Biplab Deb, PM Modi would reach Tripura on February 8 and address two public meetings at Kailashahar in Unakoti district and Shantirbazar in South Tripura district.

Later this, he would again visit the state on February 15 and address a public meeting at Agartala.

The party is expecting that this visit of their Star Campaigner will have a positive impact on the party and they will be able to root out the long ruled Communist Party from the state.

Amit Shah will spend a week in Tripura

The Chanakya or the Strategist of Bhartiya Janata Party, Amit Shah in the last days before the Assembly elections will remain in the state for a week and observe the poll activities and the preparedness by the leaders from the state.

Amit Shah and other leaders have set a very strong strategy in the state for dethroning the present party in the state that is ruling for more than 25 years in Tripura and has created a monopoly.

The incumbent Chief Minister Manik Sarkar himself ruled on the post for more than two decades and has filled his nomination for the fifth time in the state recently.

But, BJP has different plans for dethroning the CM as well and for this, the National President and Strategist of the Party, Amit Shah has set some leaders from the party that will have an impact on the tribal populace of the state.

In the list, the top name is of incumbent Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath, who is known to be the follower of Baba Gorakhnath and Tripura is comprised of Nath and Debnath community that covers 90 percent of the population those are also the followers of Gorakhnath.

Therefore, BJP will play the card of religion in the state to convince the people of the state and along with this, the party has formed an alliance with the Indigenous People Front of Tripura(IPFT) that is having a major influence on the tribal communities of the state that will increase the vote count.

Ace leaders to visit the state

Apart from BJP’s Star Campaigner, PM Modi, other ace leaders including Rajnath Singh (Union Home Minister), Arun Jaitley (Finance Minister), Smriti Irani (Union Information Minister) , Lokcket Chatterjee and Rupa Ganguly from West Bengal and Manoj Tiwari , BJP president in Delhi, will campaign for party candidates in Tripura.

This is one of the strategies of the party for the elections that to be conducted on 18th of this month.

As per the notification of the Election Commission, the Voting will be done on Feb 18 that will be followed by the day of results on March 3 that will decide the fate of the political parties and if BJP wins in the state and forms government then it will be considered that the strategies of the Chanakya of the party set at right place.

Also Read: Tripura Polls: BJP releases all three lists of candidates, check here

Comments:

Add comment

E-mail is already registered on the site. Please use the Login form or enter another.

You entered an incorrect username or password

Sorry, you must be logged in to post a comment.