Yogi Adityanath – UP CM asserts that all is well in his state
Addressing the media in Agartala (Tripura) the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath maintained that law and order in the state is normal and under control. Crime against women is negligible and there has been no major riots during his 10-month-rule. Even a curfew has not been clamped in the state. He is in Tripura campaigning for BJP which is trying to uproot the Left Front Government that has been power for the last 25 years.
He also condemned the Communist Party of India-Marxist [CPI-M] led state government.
Adityanath is to address three election rallies in Tripura on Tuesday.
With election to the 60-member Tripura Assembly to be held on February 18, the counting of votes will be completed on March 3.
The party has enlisted the services of many of its top party leaders and union ministers for campaigning in the Left bastion.
The BJP vision document for Tripura in Agartala has already been released by the Union Finance Minister Arun Jaitley
According to Jaitley, the party, by looking to swell its presence in the north-east states, is working in a methodical and structured manner..
The BJP is contesting the polls in coalition with the Indigenous People’s Front of Tripura (IPFT) on 51 seats, while its alliance partner has fielded nine candidates.
In the 2013 assembly polls, the CPI-M bagged a majority with 51 seats, while the rest was shared by the Trinamool Congress (TMC) and the Congress party.
Sanjay M Bhaire
(The author is Editor-In-Chief, Across State News)
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