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Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma Criticized Cong-CPIM In Poll Campaigns In Tripura

13 days before the Tripura assembly elections, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma addressed an election rally in the state on Friday.

During this, Sarma has targeted Congress, Gandhi family and CPIM.

He also said that ‘we do not want a divided government’ in Tripura.

During an election rally in Banmalipur , Sarma spoke about the changes brought during the BJP rule in the state.

During the public meeting, Sarma said, “We do not want a divided government in Tripura. Earlier there was no constitutional government here, it was Lal’s (red) government. Once upon a time there was an atmosphere of fear in Tripura.

At the same time, targeting the Congress party, Sarma said, “It is unfortunate that for Congress, a family is above the country but for us the country is above all. Don’t contribute. Subhash Chandra Bose has given freedom to this country”. 

Lashing out at the CPIM, Sarma said, “Today there is an atmosphere of peace in Tripura. In 2018, we saw the death of a large number of BJP workers in the state. The atmosphere of political terrorism created by CPIM is no more in the state”.

He said, “Our army men make sacrifices in Tawang. CPIM people raise questions on that army. CPIM people support China. CPIM people don’t say Bharat Mata ki Jai”

The CM of Assam said, “The Ram temple is also being built during the regime of Modi ji and there has been no decrease in Hindu-Muslim brotherhood. Modi ji is building a Ram temple at the place where Babar had built a mosque”. 

CM Sarma said, “One Narendra (Swami Vivekananda) had dreamed, the other Narendra is fulfilling that dream.”

He said, “I feel proud that today Tripura is developing more than Assam.  Prime Minister Modi had said, ‘I have come to give HIRA (Highway, Internet, Railway, Airway) to Tripura’, today you see Tripura has become a developed state of North East”.

Sharma holds two election rallies in Krishnapur, Surjyamaninagar Assembly Constituencies.

Notably otes will be cast in Tripura on February 16 and counting will take place on March 2.

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