Himanta said voting of TIPRA MOTHA is like wasting vote

Himanta said voting of TIPRA MOTHA is like wasting vote

Agartala: Asserting that the BJP does not support the demand for bifurcation of a small state like Tripura, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma urged people not to waste their votes by voting for Tipra Motha.
Addressing an election rally in Krishnapur in Khowai district, Sarma, who is the chairman of the BJP-led North East Democratic Alliance (NEDA), said Tipra Motha would never be able to form a government in the state.
“Tipra Motha may win two or four seats in the assembly elections but it will not be enough to form a government in Agartala or Delhi,” he said.

Stating that voting for Tipra Motha was like “not voting for anybody”, Sarma said that if his candidates come to ask for votes, people should try to know what will be the benefit of voting for them.
Tipra Motha has fielded candidates in 42 of the 60 seats for the February 16 election, which she is contesting with the demand for a ‘Greater Tippraland’. Counting of votes will take place on March 2.

Asserting that the state has seen massive growth during the last five years despite the pandemic, Sarma said the growth would have been higher had the three years not been lost due to the coronavirus.
Attacking the CPI(M)-Congress alliance, he said, “We all know that two ‘big zeros’ turn into one big ‘rasgulla’.”
“CPI(M) has no government in Agartala and Delhi and will not be able to form a government for the next 500 years.” He added that it is the BJP that can give something to the people.

Appealing to people to vote for the BJP to ensure a “double-engine” government, Sarma said all benefits – from free rice to social pension – were due to it.
“The twin engine always runs at a speed of 120 kmph, while the CPI(M) has no engine,” he said.

Sarma also attended two party events in Suramaninagar and Banamalipur in West Tripura district.

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