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CPI-M will not be able to form govt in India in 500 years: Assam CM

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Agartala, Feb 4: BJP leader and Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma on Friday said that in the next 500 years there would be no CPI-M government in India.

Sarma, who is the convener of the BJP-led North-East Democratic Alliance (NEDA), while addressing three elections rallies in Tripura, said that without donation not even a petty government service was availed by the people of the state during the CPI-M regime.

“CPI-M remained in the government of Tripura as had been getting underground support from the Congress, otherwise the Left party was voted out of power ten years back.”

The Assam Chief Minister said the BJP would not allow dividing Tripura and urged people not to waste their votes by giving vote to the Tipra Motha Party (TMP).

The TMP led by former royal scion Pradyot Bikram Manikya Deb Barman has been demanding to elevate the Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC) areas by granting of ‘Greater Tipraland State’ or a separate state under Article 2 and 3 of the Constitution.

Deb Barman in the presence Sarma held inconclusive meetings in New Delhi recently with Union Home Minister Amit Shah and discussed the separate state demand and after that the tribal leader unilaterally announced to contest the February 16 assembly elections without any alliance and accordingly fielded 42 candidates out of the 60 seats.

The Assam Chief Minister said that if the people vote the TMP candidates, there would be no development of Tripura.

He said that the Tipra Motha can win two or three seats in the elections but this would not be enough to form a government either in Tripura or Delhi.

He further said Tripura would have witnessed massive development during the last five years if there is no Covid-19 pandemic, which slowed down the development and welfare activities in three years.

He also predicted that the CPI-M-Congress alliance is like two big ‘rasgulla’, and they would get two ‘big zeros’ in the elections.

After the announcement of the assembly elections schedule by the Election Commission on January 18, Sarma, one of the key BJP strategists in the northeast, has addressed many election rallies during his two visits to Tripura.

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