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Tripura BJP seeks public suggestion for it’s election manifesto


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Agartala: The ruling BJP in Tripura has decided to draft an election manifesto with the suggestions from common people and the public perception about the government functioning, said a senior party leader here on Tuesday.

As many as 30 vehicles with video-graph facilities have been pressed in service for moving around all over the state and recording the suggestions from common people for incorporating them as commitments in the poll manifesto besides, seeking opinion from the party rank and file and intellectuals.

Chairman of Tripura Road Transport Corporation (TRTC) Abhijit Deb, a senior BJP leader has been assigned with the task said, “The campaign was slated to be launched on New Year since Union Home Minister Amit Shah is flagging off the Jana Biswas Yatra on chariot, we have clubbed our programme with it on January 5.”

According to Deb, Shah will launch 15 well designed campaign vehicles from Dharmanagar, the northern end of Tripura and another 15 vehicles from Sabroom, the southern ends of the state along with the chariot. Each of the campaign vehicles with trained personnel will cover at least two assembly constituencies extensively in eight days and will meet in Agartala on January 12 along with suggestions where BJP national president J P Nadda is scheduled to address the gathering.

“We are making an appeal to one and all. Drop your suggestion in the box. If someone wishes to write their names they are welcome but we shall give equal status to all the anonymous suggestions as well,” said Dr Ashok Sinha, the Chairman of BJP’s manifesto drafting committee and added that the party will give priority to people’s aspiration in the manifesto.

Meanwhile, refuting the allegation of opposition parties regarding non-fulfillment of the poll promises by BJP made before 2018 assembly elections, party state president Rajib Bhattacharjee said, “BJP had released a vision document before the election promising to implement them but it was not manifesto in that sense. In five years, BJP led government persuaded the vision documents and made several of them in reality.”

He further alleged that during communist regime, manifesto was a ritual and it had always talked about forwarding the demands to central government but there was no promise. In five years, whatever BJP government did was based on the vision document and there was a visible change in education, agriculture, governance, infrastructure, health care, PDS, and employment policy.

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