Agartala, March 7: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address a mega rally in Tripura on Tuesday to mark the completion of three years of BJP government in the state. Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb on Sunday said that Modi will virtually address the public gathering at Swami Vivekananda stadium.
"The public rally would be organised on Tuesday to mark the completion of three years of BJP-IPFT (Indigenous People's Front of Tripura) government," Deb told the media.
Deb, who was President of the BJP's Tripura state committee since January 2015 to January 15 last year until dentist turned politician Manik Saha was elected to the post of state party chief, said that thousands of people from across the state would attend the rally, in which success and vision of the alliance government would be highlighted. West Bengal Assembly Elections 2021: PM Narendra Modi Addresses Rally at Brigade Parade Ground in Kolkata; Here Are The Key Takeaways.
The 49-year-old saffron party leader became the Chief Minister of Tripura on March 9, 2018, after his party, in alliance with the tribal-based party IPFT, won the Assembly polls ousting the 25-year uninterrupted governance of the Communist Party of India-Marxist led Left Front.
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