PM assured full cooperation to new govt in Tripura
PM assured full cooperation to new govt in Tripura

PM assured full cooperation to new govt in Tripura


Prime Minister Narendra Modi reiterated that the central government is committed to extend all support to newly sworn BJP government in Tripura, which helps the state government to comply with the promises they made before election.

Addressing the mammoth gathering of oath taking ceremony at Assam Rifles ground today, Modi warned his party leaders and workers to accept all opposition as fighter of the democracy. “The election part is over whoever voted to BJP or not voted they all are the citizen of Tripura. Development is not possible without the participation of all of them,” Modi stated.

He pointed out, “BJP has dedicated a new government eroding 25 years uninterrupted rule of communist. But it was possible only because of the people of Tripura who rejected CPI(M). I request the newly sworn chief minister to work with all for development of the state. The party is for BJP but government is for all.”

Modi also asserted that Tripura will not suffer from any crisis as long as BJP is in the centre. The state government has to prioritise the sectors and chalk out the plan of development and central government is ready to help at the fullest extent.

Echoing Modi, Amit Shah congratulated the people of Tripura for electing BJP government with two-third majority and said, “It shows that the people were desperate to bring change in the governance for development and BJP was only help in the process. I feel this government would be one of the best ever government in the country.”

He said, BJP and NDA has already formed the government in seven states of the region because the BJP led government at the centre turned eyes of development to the regions, which was stalled for more than one and half decades.

“The BJP is not leave Tripura after forming the government, also to ensure its development and to fulfill the poll promises and the aspirations of the people of the state,” Shah added.

The outgoing Chief Minister Manik Sarkar accompanied by his senior cabinet colleague Badal Choudhury and two MPs shared the dais though CPI(M) did not attend the function alleging post poll violence. In the whole program Manik Sarkar was flanked by two veteran BJP leaders L K Advani and Dr Moroli Monohor Joshi.