Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in Tripura and is addressing an election rally in Agartala. Prime Minister Modi is in Tripura for the second time in the last two days.
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in Tripura and is addressing an election rally in Agartala. Prime Minister Modi is in Tripura for the second time in the last two days. A huge crowd has gathered at Swami Vivekananda Maidan in Agartala. During this, while addressing a huge rally, he said that today Tripura has returned to the track of development. The PM said that we established peace and rule of law in Tripura. This is evident from the fact that flags of all parties are visible during the election campaign, unlike earlier times when there used to be only one party. The people of Tripura have elected a 'double engine government' by removing the 'red signal'.
"Tripura shows 'red card' to Chanda's company again"
Less than 25 hours are left for the election campaign to end in Tripura. Before the election campaign ends at 5 pm tomorrow, the BJP has put all its might into Tripura. Addressing the rally, Prime Minister Modi said that today the atmosphere is in favour of the BJP because the people of Tripura are seeing development in front of their eyes. Today there is no such family in Tripura that the BJP government has not served from the front. The youth, mothers and sisters of Tripura have once again shown the 'red card' to Chanda's company. The people of Tripura have declared that they want a government with everyone's support and development.
"The Left had treated the people of Tripura as slaves"
In Tripura's Agartala, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that wherever I have had the opportunity to go in this election, I have seen that the people of Tripura have once again made up their minds to form the BJP government. Seeing your support for the double-engine government, my happiness has also doubled. The PM said that the rule of law and order is the first condition of development. The leftist rule had pushed Tripura on the path of destruction. The people of Tripura can never forget the condition that prevailed here. The Left treated the people of Tripura as their slaves.
"There was a time when the flags of only one party were visible"
In Agartala, the Prime Minister said that the Left remained here for 30 years, then 2-3 months before the elections, news like murders were coming. Those were the times when flags of only one party were visible everywhere, no one else was allowed and if someone hoisted the flag, then in the evening the stick came. We have removed the red signal and installed a double engine of BJP.