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TTAADC election: Amit Shah likely to visit on April 24
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TTAADC election: Amit Shah likely to visit on April 24
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AGARTALA, March 22 (TIWN): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) national president Amit Shah will visit the state on April 24 ahead of Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC) election here in the state. And he will also take stock of the current organizational strength of the party.

Taking TIWN today President of Bharatiya Janata Party Tripura Unit Sudhindra Dasgupta said the Tripura unit of the BJP is eagerly waiting for party national president Amit Shah's state visit on April 24.

He further said that Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Tripura State committee has demanded for the fast completion of the border fencing work along the Indo-­Bangla border at Tripura. Besides, the BJP also demanded for central forces for the upcoming TTAADC election here in the state, he added.

BJP has also decided to prepare a roadmap for ensuring development of northeast region and strengthening its base in various states there. The decision was taken at a meeting of party office bearers with party chief Amit Shah at New Delhi, said Dasgupta recently.

 Expressing hope, a vast number of workers and supporters from Pradesh Congress, CPI­M and TMC are likely to join Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on his visit in April, he said.

According to Sudhindra Dasgupta, Mr. Shah will be here to review the progress of the ongoing membership drive under which the party State unit has been given a target of enrolling 4 lakh members. Mr. Shah has reportedly asked the party State unit to expand base at the grassroots-level by enrolling a minimum of 100 members from different communities and cross-sections of society in each of the polling booths.

Meanwhile, party workers are also spreading awareness about its ideology and the goals set by its top brass to take it closer to people. Party leaders are visiting every district to get the public’s feedback on BJP’s success and what it holds for the country’s future.

Incidentally, opinion is being built against certain national issues which are considered to be affecting law and order and damaging the social fabric. Due emphasis is laid on protecting the national culture and traditions, party sources said.

The aim of the party is to grow stronger in Tripura for the next elections having staged a tremendous comeback in 2014 elections at the national level.

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