Assam CM: BJP Will Win More Seats In Tripura Than In 2018

Guwahati: Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma asserted on Saturday that the BJP will take more seats in Tripura than it did in 2018.

The Assam Chief Minister who also serves as the chairman of the North-East Democratic Alliance (NEDA) expressed confidence that the BJP would win the next assembly elections in the northeastern state after finishing a door-to-door campaign for its Agartala candidate Papia Dutta.

CM Sarma said, “I am confident that in the 2023 Assembly election, BJP will win more seats than the 2018 Assembly election in Tripura. What I am observing is that the wave is nice, and people’s will towards BJP is also good. They also love PM Modi which eventually indicates that BJP will win in more seats than the 2018 election in Tripura.”

According to Himanta Biswa Sarma, who was speaking about the seat distribution between the Congress and the Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPIM) the workers of both parties will not vote for each other leaving them with zero seats in the end.

Moreover, CM Sarma added that Sudip Roy Barma, the Congress’ candidate in Agartala, has failed woefully in carrying out his obligation to promote his region. He claimed that because BJP’s candidate Papia Dutta is young, active has a positive reputation,and commands respect inside the party, she will be the best alternative for the electorate.

It should be mentioned that on February 3, Himanta Biswa Sarma spoke in front of a large crowd and urged the people of the state to not waste their votes on TIPRA Motha.

CM Sarma made the request while addressing a crowd in the Krishnapur assembly constituency of the Khowai district of Tripura, claiming that because TIPRA will not be able to form the government any vote cast in their favour would be pointless.

Speaking to reporters there, the NEDA convenor said, “What is Tipraland…you have to divide Tripura to get Tipraland.”

Moreover, CM also claimed that the BJP and TIPRA Motha leader Pradyot Debbarma were in negotiations about a potential alliance. He said that the saffron party had presented a comprehensive plan for the advancement of Tripura its languages and the economic well-being of the indigenous people at a series of talks held in Guwahati earlier.

He said, “BJP is ready for any kind of devolution but do not ask to divide Tripura.”

Meanwhile, CM Sarma also asserted that it was the royal family of the TIPRA Motha chief Pradyot Debbarma that had created the state of Tripura and further division would be going against that. “Division of Tripura is not acceptable to BJP,” he said.

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