PM Modi to Visit Poll-Bound Tripura on Dec 18

Guwahati: Following its electoral triumph in Gujarat, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is all prepared for the elections in the Northeastern states of Tripura, Meghalaya, and Nagaland set for February 2023.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is scheduled to visit Tripura on December 18, a state that is going to the polls.

His visit will be significant because the party’s election campaign will officially begin at the public meeting he would be holding at Swami Vivekananda Stadium.

According to official sources, the Prime Minister will inaugurate a number of projects and meet with the recipients of several centrally funded initiatives.

The Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha presided over a meeting at the party headquarters with all the state leaders present in preparation for the PM’s upcoming visit. “The BJP is planning to make it big. All the party wings have been alerted to ensure that the public meetings turn out to be a successful one”, said sources.

CM Conrad Sangma informed that he will also visit to Meghalaya.

In an interview with the media, CM Sangma stated that the PM’s visit to Shillong is to attend the programme to celebrate the golden jubilee celebrations of the North Eastern Council.

He added that the PM will be flying back to Delhi after spending three hours in the capital city because the PM would be hosting two programmes on the same day.

Meanwhile, he stated that all required security preparations would be done before to his visit, and that Special Protection Group (SPG) would be in charge of overseeing the security.

The programme is also expected to draw the governors and chief ministers of the eight Northeastern states.

It should be noted that the North Eastern Council (NEC) is a legally recognised advisory body that was established on November 7, 1972, in the nation’s capital, in accordance with the North Eastern Council Act of 1971.

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