The stage is set in Tripura for Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s Lok Sabha election campaign with the state BJP announcing that Modi will arrive in the State on April 6 next.
According to party sources, Prime Minister Modi will lend momentum to the electioneering for the two Lok Sabha seats in the State by addressing an election rally at KBI ground in Udaipur sub-division on April 6 next.
Modi would be accompanied by BJP national general secretary Ram Madhav, who is also the party in-charge for the Northeast.
Tripura BJP sources also informed that after the Prime Minister’s rally, BJP national president Amit Shah would also join party’s campaign to ensure that the saffron party wins both the two parliamentary seats in the State.
Meanwhile, after getting the nod from New Delhi, the party functionaries have geared up it their preparation for making the Prime Minister’s rally a grand success.
Transport Minister Pranajit Singha Roy and BJP leaders of Gomati district have begun preparations for the grand rally which they claimed to become a historic one.
Meanwhile, state chief minister Biplab Kumar Deb on Sunday has said that the people of the state will be deprived of benefits if Prime Minister Narendra Modi is not returned to power once again.
Addressing an election rally at Banamalipur in Agartala on Sunday, Deb said that state government employees are receiving seventh central pay commission scale because of extra fund given by the Prime Minister.
It was Narendra Modi who had given Rs 1500 crore in two installments that had paved the way for providing the revised salary to the employees, he added.