Ahead of the Assembly Elections BJP’s Rath Yatra was flagged off by Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Thursday in Dharmanagar and Sabroom, Tripura.
During this he also addressed huge public rallies in these two separate places .
Assembly elections are proposed in Tripura in March this year. The Rath Yatra will end after 8 days on January 12.
BJP has named it as ‘Jan Vishwas Yatra’, which was flagged off by Union Home Minister Amit Shah.
This Rath Yatra of BJP will end on January 12 in the presence of the party’s national president JP Nadda. On that day Nadda to address a rally in Agartala.
Meanwhile, addressing the rallies on Thursday Union Home Minister said that the BJP-led government in Tripura has eradicated terrorism and brought about all-round development in this northeastern state.
Addressing public meetings , Shah also said that the immense love and faith of the people towards Prime Minister Narendra Modi is a clear indication that the BJP will again form the government in Tripura.
He said that we have ended terrorism through peace talks with NLFT (National Liberation Front of Tripura) and resettled internally displaced Brus in the state.
Shah said Tripura, which was once known for drug trafficking, violence and large-scale anti-national activities, is now known for development, excellent infrastructure, achievements in sports, increasing investment and organic farming activities .
Addressing the Jan Vishwas Yatras Union Home Minister Amit Shah said that this green area has the potential to attract tourists from all over the country, but earlier there was no infrastructure here. The BJP government has talked about increasing Tripura’s tourism 11 times by developing it.
Targeting the opposition, Shah said that the atmosphere of violence created by the communist government has ended. Communists had kept Tripura as a hub of drugs and intoxication. The doors were opened for infiltrators from Bangladesh. BJP stopped infiltration and drugs, worked to take the youth towards employment.