PM Modi lauds Pema Khandu for developing Arunachal

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"The communist party leaders and ministers have helped chit fund companies like Rose Valley to loot thousands of crores of rupees from 14 lakh innocent poor", Modi said while addressing his second rally in Agartala.

He inaugurated a convention centre in the Arunachal Pradesh state capital of Itanagar and said the state authorities had prepared an excellent road map for development until 2027.

China on Thursday voiced its "firm opposition" to the visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi to Arunachal Pradesh which it claims as part of South Tibet and said it would lodge a diplomatic protest with India.

PM added, "Now the people of Tripura will not stand the Communist party's govt, bid them such a farewell that they can not return. aur ye vasuli tantra aur atyachaar ak karobar na chalayen,"PM Modi lauded".

Khandu said during the erstwhile regime of the Congress, North Eastern States had to visit New Delhi at least twice a month with their respective issues and problems. "Those who are involved in the chit fund scam would not go unpunished".

Modi also dedicated the state civil secretariat building to the nation, and laid the foundation stone of the academic block of the Tomo Riba Institute of Health and Medical Science.

Dilip Kumar Dev, 66, who came from Town Bordowali Assembly constituency, said he would support the saffron party even without Modi's pitch because the Left Front government only works for the party and exploits government employees by not giving them proper salaries.

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He also underlined the importance of working together.

He further stated that BJP will offer the ministry with young people in Tripura, which will be the record in the country and alleged, "Manik Sarkar won awards for digging ponds under MGNREGA in the land more than the state's total landmass".

Modi said the communist government sheds crocodile tears for labourers but did not grant them minimum wages.

Modi appealed the voters to ensure high turn out in the election to defeat the leftists for better development of Tripura and said, "Please follow pehela matdan bad me jalpan (first to cast vote then breakfast) on Feb 18".

He said the CPI-M regime had developed complacency that they would never be ousted from the power. Superintendent of Police (Control Room) Pradip Dey said the security arrangements for Modi's rally were supervised by the SPG from New Delhi and he was not authorised to divulge details. They fielded candidates in this election which is nothing but gimmick.

This is published unedited from the PTI feed.