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‘Kamal-Chaap-Double-Engine will bring development in Tripura', claims Modi
TIWN April 7, 2019
‘Kamal-Chaap-Double-Engine will bring development in Tripura', claims Modi
PHOTO : Modi addressing at Udaipur rally. TIWN Pic April 7

Udaipur (Tripura), April 7 (TIWN): Prime Minister Modi who faced on Sunday the second flop rally after Tripura Assembly Election in Tripura asked the voters to vote for Kamal-Chaap and to strengthen the Chowkidar. Modi said, “Kamal Chaap double engine only can cause development in Tripura. I appeal to all voters to press on Kamal Chaap and start the double engine which can develop, strengthen Chowkidar. Remember, when you will vote for Kamal (Lotus) it will directly go to me. I still remember before the Election, I promised that I will gift Hira to Tripura and state govt has started working on that already”. “From free gas connectivity to Ayushman Bharat, Kishan Yojna Tripura Govt has worked in the correct direction. Soon, 3500 crores of moneys will be spent for Tripura farmers. Earlier many promises were made for the farmers but only Chowkidar could allocate the money”, said Narendra Modi. Modi further said that BJP govt at centre has fulfilled long pending demands of ADC and 30% funds have been increased under Tribal Welfare Dept in budget.

“1.5 lakhs of farmers have been benefited from the farmers’ scheme. Tripura Govt is first time buying direct crops from the farmers. There is no Commission-khor in between. Tripura was facilitated with various express trains. Maharaja Bir Bikram Airport is shaping into an international airport. Work on Feni rivers has been going on to connect Bangladesh with Tripura via a bridge. Via waterways, Tripura will be connected through neighboring countries and states”, said Modi.

“We are also trying to give 7th Pay Commission and fulfill other promises”, added Modi.

Modi at the ended raised chants of “Mai Vi Chowkidar” and ended his speech saying “Pura Hindustan Chowkidar”. 

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