BJP promises one job to every family, dispels possibility of state division

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"People are not being attracted with the BJP as its ideology does not work, that's why the party in Tripura and other places is frantically trying to catch the Congressmen and their supporters by mobilising all kinds of resources", he said, referring to the seven Congress legislators and other leaders who had joined the BJP.

"Tripura is now among top five states of the country in providing better health services and achieved best parameters in health indexes", added Sarkar. There is anger against the Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI-M) government throughout the state.

Among the candidates, Jishnu Devvarma, BJP candidate from Charilam constituency emerged as the richest candidate in the poll bound state with assets of over Rs 11 crore.

The senior BJP leader also announced that adequate number of multi-speciality hospitals and an AIIMS-like hospital would be set up in the state. It has left nine seats for its electoral ally, the Indigenous People's Front of Tripura (IPFT).

He also said apart from this, Rs 18,000 crore was sent as grant while Rs 950 crore under various central government schemes.

Earlier, Jaitley took on the Left Front for its alleged misrule despite being in power for 25 years on the trot.


"Election in three northeast states is very important for BJP and the country as well".

Jaitley releases BJP vision document.

Releasing the document, Jaitely stated that Prime Minister's development agenda has got reflected in the manifesto and BJP is committed to set up one degree college in each of the 60 assembly constituencies to ensure development of human capital and to bring additional financial support for the state.

The Congress on Monday promised development, employment and waiver of farmers' loans in Tripura if voted to power in the state.

He said that after the BJP come to power in Tripura, it would do justice to the government employees by hiking the salaries as per the recommendations of the 7th Pay Commission, while talking steps for socio-economic and cultural development of the state's tribals. He claimed his party would win the February 18 poll defeating all counteracts and violent means adopted by the Left.

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