C Times, 22 July 2017, Agartala
BJP Yuva leader and Assam’s Power Minister Pallab Lochan Das pushed the people of the state, for electing BJP government in ensuing assembly election in order to have a real taste of good governance and all-round development in the state.
While addressing a rally, Sab Ka Saath Sab Ka Vikash, a flagship programme of BJP led government in front of Rabindra Bhavan, Assam’s Minister said, “The development has gained ground after the BJP formed a government with new projects coming up one after another in Assam”.
Assam’s Power Minister also claimed, “Now, the time has changed a lot. People of the country very much aware about the perseverance of the Northeast due to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s initiatives. Modi government has launched a number of welfare schemes for the welfare of the poor people. But the people Tripura living in semi urban and rural areas are not aware of these schemes”.
Actor from West Bengal and BJP MLA Joy Banerjee, Assam’s Power Minister Pallab Lochan Das and party’s state president emphasised on the development of people and state with the unity among all disregarding of caste, colour and creed which was not possible during the long management of CPIM led left front government in Tripura.
Addressing a rally, Sab Ka Saath Sab Ka Vikash, a flagship programme of BJP led government in front of Rabindra Bhavan, BJP state president Biplob Kumar Deb underscored on the ideologies of sedentary party in India which precisely believes in development holding hands of every people irrespective of caste, colour and creed as progress of a state and country can be made only with all citizens.
In this mass rally, BJYM state president Tinku Roy, BJP state secretary and Yuva Morcha state observer Amit Rakshit, BJYM national secretary Siurab Sikdar and others were present. Apart from this, leaders from Tripura, Assam and West Bengal also addressed a ‘Karmi Sanmelon’ in Rabindra Shatabarshiki Bhawan where party state president insolvent down to tears while addressing the districts and Mandal’s presidents and workers.