BJP will Get Full Majority in Tripura Assembly Election: Amit Shah

New Delhi: Union Home Minister Amit Shah has said that BJP will get a full majority in the Tripura assembly elections.

In an interview with a news agency, he said that the BJP is seeking a mandate to make the state prosperous in the next five years building on the development initiatives of the party-led government. Mr Shah said the BJP’s ‘ChaloPaltai’ slogan in the last election was not a slogan to come to power in the state but to change the situation in Tripura. He said Congress and CPI-M joined hands showing that they are not in a position to defeat BJP on their own.

Mr Shah said that BJP will also increase its seats and vote share in the upcoming Tripura assembly elections. Tripura will go to the polls on Thursday to elect a new assembly.

Home Minister said that the BJP-led government has taken steps to strengthen local languages in the northeastern states and added that there is no big official programme in Delhi without the participation of artists from the northeast. He said under PM Modi’s leadership, several steps have been taken for the welfare of people in the northeast.

Mr Shah said the party will come back to power with a full majority in Karnataka.

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