Tripura Elections: Amit Shah will address 2 election rallies in Tripura on Monday, know the full schedule here


Tripura Meeting Election 2023: Union Home Minister and senior BJP chief Amit Shah will handle two election rallies in Tripura on Monday. Giving details about this, a senior get together chief stated that Home Minister Amit Shah will attain MBB airport at 11.30 pm on Sunday and can handle two rallies at Khowai in Khowai district and Santir Bazar in South Tripura district on Monday. After this, he’ll attend a roadshow in Agartala.

Safety tightened in Agartala

The BJP chief informed that to take inventory of the preparations associated to the rallies of Home Minister Amit Shah, Chief Minister Manik Saha together with State President of Yuva Morcha Nabadal Banik visited Khowai and Santir Bazar. Alternatively, a senior police officer stated on Sunday that in view of the highway present to be led by Union Home Minister Amit Shah, safety has been tightened in Agartala.

Amit Shah visited Tripura on 5 January

Earlier, Home Minister Amit Shah visited Tripura on 5 January, the place he launched the get together’s marketing campaign for the meeting elections by taking part in two Rath Yatras at Dharmanagar in North Tripura and Sabroom in South Tripura.

Rajnath Singh and CM Yogi can even come to Tripura

In response to a senior BJP chief, Defense Minister Rajnath Singh and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath are additionally scheduled to go to Tripura on February 7 to participate within the get together’s election marketing campaign. Considerably, the voting for the 60-member Tripura meeting will probably be held on February 16. BJP has fielded candidates on 55 seats within the state. Whereas, 5 seats have been left for the ally Indigenous People’s Entrance of Tripura (IPFT). Within the 2018 meeting elections in Tripura, BJP received 36 seats, whereas IPFT candidates received 8 seats.

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