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Three CMs of BJP ruled states to visit Tripura

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Three chief ministers of ruled states will visit in the next two months to strengthen party organization and unseat ruling CPI-M, a party spokesman said today.

"This is our tactical decision to unseat the from power which has been ruling the state for over two decades.



"During our national executive meeting in Bhubaneswar, the party has decided to send three chief ministers - of Uttar Pradesh, of and Raghuvar Das of to guide the state unit. Within the next two months all of them would visit the state", state spokesperson Victor Shom told reporters.

Besides, several other union ministers would come here to help the party and boost the workers and party President would visit the state on May 6, Shom said.

Shah had taken strong note of the "attacks" on party activists in Tripura, he said.

Shom said, would emerge as the strongest party in and fight the election alone in the state where elections are slated to be held next year.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Three CMs of BJP ruled states to visit Tripura

Three chief ministers of BJP ruled states will visit Tripura in the next two months to strengthen party organization and unseat ruling CPI-M, a party spokesman said today. "This is our tactical decision to unseat the CPI-M from power which has been ruling the state for over two decades. "During our national executive meeting in Bhubaneswar, the party has decided to send three chief ministers - Yogi Adityanath of Uttar Pradesh, Shivraj Singh Chouhan of Madhya Pradesh and Raghuvar Das of Jharkhand to guide the state unit. Within the next two months all of them would visit the state", state BJP spokesperson Victor Shom told reporters. Besides, several other union ministers would come here to help the party and boost the workers and party President Amit Shah would visit the state on May 6, Shom said. Shah had taken strong note of the "attacks" on party activists in Tripura, he said. Shom said, BJP would emerge as the strongest party in Tripura and fight the ... Three chief ministers of ruled states will visit in the next two months to strengthen party organization and unseat ruling CPI-M, a party spokesman said today.

"This is our tactical decision to unseat the from power which has been ruling the state for over two decades.

"During our national executive meeting in Bhubaneswar, the party has decided to send three chief ministers - of Uttar Pradesh, of and Raghuvar Das of to guide the state unit. Within the next two months all of them would visit the state", state spokesperson Victor Shom told reporters.

Besides, several other union ministers would come here to help the party and boost the workers and party President would visit the state on May 6, Shom said.

Shah had taken strong note of the "attacks" on party activists in Tripura, he said.

Shom said, would emerge as the strongest party in and fight the election alone in the state where elections are slated to be held next year.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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Three CMs of BJP ruled states to visit Tripura

Three chief ministers of ruled states will visit in the next two months to strengthen party organization and unseat ruling CPI-M, a party spokesman said today.

"This is our tactical decision to unseat the from power which has been ruling the state for over two decades.

"During our national executive meeting in Bhubaneswar, the party has decided to send three chief ministers - of Uttar Pradesh, of and Raghuvar Das of to guide the state unit. Within the next two months all of them would visit the state", state spokesperson Victor Shom told reporters.

Besides, several other union ministers would come here to help the party and boost the workers and party President would visit the state on May 6, Shom said.

Shah had taken strong note of the "attacks" on party activists in Tripura, he said.

Shom said, would emerge as the strongest party in and fight the election alone in the state where elections are slated to be held next year.

(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)

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