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BJP wants to free Tripura of CPI(M) misrule: Ram Madhav

Press Trust of India  |  Agartala 

BJP Ram Madhav today said the saffron party wants to "free" of the CPI(M) "misrule".

He appealed to the voters of the state to cast the ballot without any fear and expressed confidence the BJP-IPFT alliance would win the February 18 assembly election.

The ruling Left Front is in power for 25 years in

Releasing a campaign booklet, named "Chargesheet", he alleged that crime rate in was the "highest" in the country and that the law and is "controlled" by ruling CPI(M) cadres.

Madhav alleged was a "protector" of corrupt, criminal and oppressive party cadres.

The booklet accuses the CPI(M) and other Left parties of indulging in corruption, criminal activities and scams.

The booklet would be distributed in every booth and village of the state to "expose the real face" of Left Front government, the said and demanded replies from Sarkar.

Madhav said would visit Agartala on February 11 and release the BJP's 'vision document' for the state.

The document will be the partys poll manifesto, he said.

Madhav said will visit the state on February 11 and 12 to campaign for the party.

Nitin Gadkari, Minister Yogi Adityanath, and filmstar Hema Malini, would be star campaigners for the party in Tripura, the BJP general secretary said.

The BJP poll campaign would end with a rally of Prime Minister at Agartala on February 15, he said.

The PM would address a public meeting at Shantirbazaar in district ahead of the rally at Agartala, Madhav added.

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First Published: Fri, February 09 2018. 21:55 IST