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Frontlist | Tripura CM slams Left Front govt in Kerala, claims it lags

Frontlist | Tripura CM slams Left Front govt in Kerala, claims it lags
on Mar 17, 2021
Frontlist | Tripura CM slams Left Front govt in Kerala, claims it lags
Behind his state in education, infrastructure (Rptng after adding paras) Thiruvananthapuram, Mar 16 (PTI) Attacking Kerala''s ruling Left Front, Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb on Tuesday claimed it lagged behind in infrastructure development and education and the people of his state ended the communist rule as soon as they got a chance. Deb, who was here to campaign for the BJP, said his party can repeat the success model of Tripura in Kerala. There was communist rule in Tripura for 25 years and what happened there? nothing. Here the LDF and UDF are coming to power during alternate terms. We made a government from zero. After that Tripura is developing faster than Kerala. This is because the central schemes are being implemented there at a faster pace, Deb told a press conference. He said people of his state opted for BJP when they got a chance. Must Read -  Award-Winning Child Author and ‘This Is Us’ Star Makenzie Lee Foster Releases Second Book ‘No Voice, No Vote’ program marks Women’s History Month New children’s book to tell story of Raja Ravi Varma When we contested the election against Manik Sarkar, people doubted us. Only BJP could come to power from zero. It can happen here also. We have already opened an account by winning one seat, Deb said, referring to the lone BJP MLA O Rajagopal. He said it was time for Keralites to chose Narendra Modi over the LDF and UDF so that development will reach Kerala. BJP''s victory formula is possible in Kerala. Just forget about UDF and LDF and chose Narendra Modi. Give Kerala into the hands of Modi and he can take you to a whole new direction. What have you got in the communist rule? Nothing. He said the Modi government had improved the infrastructure of Tripura during the last few years with the construction of highways, railways and airways. Deb also said the CPI(M) and Congress, which are fighting each other in Kerala, are fighting together in West Bengal. Just like the people of Tripura ended the misrule of Left 3 years ago, urge my friends of Kerala to end the rule of LDF in the state, he said in a tweet. The days of fascist, intolerant and attacking Govt of Kerala (sic) are over now. Violence or hypocrisy wont save them. Join hands, support the visionary leadership of PM Modi for all round development of state. I am in Kerala on campaign spree today. Kerala will vote for Vikas NOW !, he added. Senior BJP leaders, including union ministers Amit Shah, Rajnath Singh, Smriti Irani, party chief J P Nadda, are expected to arrive in Kerala soon to campaign for the party''s candidates. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will campaign in Kerala during the month end. The assembly elections will be held on April 6 in a single phase and the results will be out on May 2.PTI RRT BN BN Source: outlookindia.com

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