- The Uttar Pradesh government has given higher salaries as per Seventh Pay Commission recommendations
- The ruling Communist Party of India-Marxist’s cadres had syphoned off Rs 1,500 crore
Agartala: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Tuesday mentioned that sway by Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s popularity, the BJP will oust the Left parties from divinity in the February 18 Tripura Assembly polls.
Yogi said that after the BJP (Bharatiya Janata Party) comes to influence in Tripura, there will be one prevalent cause in the state and at the Centre. It will ensure an development of the state. Besides, Modiji’s claptrap, growth and excellent arrangement is the force thrust of the BJP in these polls.
The Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister will harangue three more people meetings in southern Tripura. The CM further said that there will be many middle plans for roads, houses, safe drinking calendar, hardiness services, and public happiness.
The Uttar Pradesh authority has granted higher salaries as per Seventh Pay Commission recommendations to its 14 lakh employees but the Tripura government has not been able to do so, CM above-mentioned.
Yogi also assert that equity and system in Uttar Pradesh had improved a fortune in the last 10 months. There is no tumult, no curfew and 22 crore residents of the acme are very contented with my regulation’s accomplishment.
If vow to sway, the BJP would fulfil the 7th central pay commission’s recommendations which were not produced in Tripura, much likely what it did in Uttar Pradesh after it came to command 10 months past, the party leader said.
The governing Communist Party of India-Marxist’s cadres had syphoned off Rs 1,500 crore meant for the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act scheme, the CM added.
Tripura assembly elections will be held on 60 seats on February 18 and results will be announced on March 3.
Yogi Adityanath is an Indian monk and Hindu nationalist politician who is the current Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, in office since 19 March 2017. He has an image as a right-wing populist Hindutva firebrand.