Tripura: BJP's national president JP Nadda released the party's manifesto in Agartala in view of the assembly elections. During this, Tripura Chief Minister Manik Saha was present with him. Earlier, JP Nadda visited Tripura Sundari Temple at Gomti in Udaipur and offered prayers.
Tripura: BJP’s national president JP Nadda released the party’s manifesto in Agartala in view of the assembly elections. During this, Tripura Chief Minister Manik Saha was present with him. Earlier, JP Nadda visited Tripura Sundari Temple at Gomti in Udaipur and offered prayers.
BJP National President Shri @JPNadda releases BJP's manifesto for Tripura Assembly Election in Agartala. #UnnatoTripuraSresthoTripura https://t.co/Idtlpq8esA
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Addressing the people at the event, Nadda said that Tripura was once known for blockade and militancy, but now the state is known for peace, prosperity and development. So far 13 lakh Ayushman Bharat health cards have been given in Tripura, in which Rs 107 crore was given in the settlement.
BJP President JP Nadda said that along with the discussion of the Sankalp Patra, I also discuss its importance. If the other party brings a manifesto, then only the people of their party do not give importance to it, but when BJP gives any commitment, then people understand it, the people of the country wait to see what the BJP’s manifesto will be.
BJP’s national president JP Nadda said, “Jal Jeevan Mission has increased safe drinking water coverage in Tripura to 55% households from 3% in 2018.” Per capita income of Tripura has risen to Rs 1.58 lakh today from Rs 90,000 in 2018, he added. Nadda promised that Rs 5 meal will be given under the Anukul Chandra scheme to all.
The 60-member Tripura Legislative Assembly elections will take place on February 16. The BJP has put up candidates in 55 seats and has left five seats for its ally, the Indigenous People’s Front of Tripura. 28.13 lakh voters will decide the fate of 259 candidates, including 58 independents, across 3,328 polling stations.The counting of votes will take place on March 2.