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Amit Shah to visit Tripura on Saturday

BJP president to start campaign for 2 Lok Sabha seats from Tripura
BJP general secretary Pratima Bhowmick addresses the media in Agartala on Wednesday.

Tanmoy Chakraborty   |   Agartala   |   Published 02.01.19, 06:42 PM

BJP president Amit Shah will kick off the campaign for the two Lok Sabha seats in Tripura on Saturday by addressing a huge rally of 42,000 panna promukhs and other BJP supporters at Swami Vivekananda Maidan here.

Panna promukhs are the ground-level workers of the ruling BJP here who maintain direct relations with the voters in the state.

Addressing a news conference on Wednesday evening at the BJP state office, party general secretary Pratima Bhowmick said, “Amit Shahji will visit Agartala on January 5 to address a mass gathering of panna promukhs at Vivekananda Maidan. All the 42,000 panna promukhs will take a pledge to ensure victory for the BJP at the rally. Later, he will attend a meeting with the cabinet ministers of the state.”

She said the party would kickstart its campaign for the 2019 Lok Sabha elections during the visit of the BJP president.

“From January 5, our campaign for the Lok Sabha will start and our party has set a target to win both the Lok Sabha seats in the state. This year, we will give two lotus flowers to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and chief Amit Shahji,” Bhowmick said.

She said the BJP’s Tripura minder, Sunil Deodhar, Assam finance minister Himanta Biswa Sarma and BJP national general secretary Ram Madhav would also join the pristha pramukh sanmelan that day.

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