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Irregularities In TTAADC: BJP Janajati Morcha Holds Raj BhaBhavan Abhiyan

As the election approaches in Tripura the main ruling party of the state, BJP, has raised serious allegations against TIPRA Motha, who is running the TTAADC. 

Allegedly since the establishment of the Tipra Moha administration in ADC, massive corruption has been organized at various levels.  There is embezzlement of government paid money in ADC area.

The BJP Janjati Morcha has already deputed 44 sub-zonals and 10 zonal offices against such allegations. 

A deadline was fixed for their comments on the matter. That deadline has already passed. 

So on Thursday the Raj Bhavan Abhiyan was organized by the initiative of Bharatiya Janata Party Janjati Morcha Tripura Pradesh. 

On this day, the Raj Bhavan Abhiyan started in front of Maharani Tulshibati ​​Girls’ High School.

Chief Minister Manik Saha, MP Biplab Deb, BJP Tripura State President Rajib Bhattacharya, Vice President Patal Kanya Jamatia, MP Rebati Kumar Tripura, Minister Shantana Chakma, MLA Dr. Atul Debvarma, Janjati Morcha President Vikas Debbarma, General Secretary of the organization Devid Debbarma along with other leaders were present in the rally.

On this day, a meeting was organized in the area adjacent to the Circuit House of the capital, centering the Raj Bhavan Abhiyan.

 Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha participated in the meeting. He sharply criticized the opposition political party and said,

Support of public was always believed to be on the people’s representatives, including the MDCs from Janjati area, which has been observed today. A large number of activists participated in the Raj Bhavan Abhiyan. And seeing the presence of people today, the opposition political parties in the state are worried. Because at the same time there is a meeting of another opposition political party in Agartala city. And the leaders present in this meeting are thinking that it is better to go home soon”. ,

Actually the Chief Minister took a dig at the Congress rally organized in front of the Rabindra Bhavan.

Bharatiya Janata Party has seven fronts. Therefore, seeing the show of strength of a Morcha, tremors have started everywhere, the Chief Minister claimed. 

He also said that if the opposition leaders think that they can confuse the government employees regarding 12% DA, it’s completely wrong. Because the days of confusing people are gone. BJP responded strongly to Janjati areas. People from Janjati section are with Bharatiya Janata Party. The main reason is that if anyone has done development for the people of Janjati section then Prime Minister Narendra Modi is doing it. Narendra Modi has given real respect to the people of the Janjati section.  Draupadi Murmu has been given place to the highest position of the country. There can be no greater example than this. Similarly, Janjatis have been honored with ministerships in the Tripura cabinet. Because Bharatiya Janata Party knows how to give due respect to people in all sections.

“The previous CPIM government did vote bank politics. Congress also did that politics. But not BJP. CPIM not only did vote bank politics, but also politics of murder, terror and disorder. Bharatiya Janata Party will form the government again with the support of the people” said CM.

From the meeting, the Chief Minister told the people of the Janjati section, urging them to jump from January 1 in view of the upcoming elections. 

He also said that Bharatiya Janata Party is not a gangster party. So that everyone comes forward to re-establish the government with order. As one India is the best India, Chief Minister Saha also called for one Tripura the best Tripura. 

At the end of the rally and meeting , a delegation presented a memorandum to the governor. So that the matters are seen constitutionally. 

The leadership said that this program has been taken with the aim of protecting the TTAADC from those who are looting the money of the people.

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