Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said that CPM government in Tripura had halted the development of the state.
PM Modi addressed two public gatherings on the last day of the campaigning in the state which goes to polls on Sunday. “The arrogance of Left government has become a barrier to development and welfare of people in Tripura,” said the prime minister while addressing a rally at Asthabal Maidan, Agartala.
He also promised the people that once the BJP forms the government in the state, it will implement the seventh pay recommendations like they have been implemented in the other states of the country.
Earlier in the day, he inaugurated the Dorjee Khandu state convention centre and Civil Secretariat in Itanagar and asked his ministers to hold more meetings in the north-east than in the national capital. In his first visit to Arunachal Pradesh post the Doklam standoff with China last year, Modi said in a departure from the past, more ministers and officials from the Centre were visiting the north-east regularly.
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