BJP, TIPRA Motha intensifying booth-level organization ahead of 2023 poll

Just as the crucial 2023 poll is drawing near, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the TIPRA Motha regional political party ruling in TTAADC kicked off their drive from Friday to strengthen their booth-level organization.

The BJP on Thursday organized ‘Booth Sashaktikaran Abhiyan Prasikshan’ or booth strengthening drive here at Agartala Muktadhara auditorium with the party’s national general secretary and Bengal leader MP Dilip Ghosh in attendance along with Tripura Chief Minister Dr Manik Saha, former chief minister Biplab Kumar Deb, deputy chief minister Jishnu Dev Verma and Union minister of state for social empowerment and justice Pratima Bhoumik, among others.

The meeting focused on building coordination between MLAs and MPs, identify and work on weak areas in their constituencies and to select weakest booths in every constituency to focus attention on them.

Soon after landing at Agartala MBB Airport on Friday morning, the BJP MP Dilip Ghosh said, “I appeal to the people of Tripura to support the BJP like they have done till now. Modi is with us. Modi hain toh mumkin hain (If Modi is there, everything is possible).”

Ghosh, who is looking after the Booth Swashaktikaran Abhiyan of six states including Tripura for the next Lok Sabha elections blamed the government in West Bengal and alleged that massive corruption took place in all recruitment or examination process in West Bengal but the state government didn't take any step for investigation. If proper investigation is done, many TMC leaders, MPs and MLAs would go to jail, he added.

Meanwhile, the TIPRA Motha party led by the chief Pradyot Kishore Deb Burman held a meeting to strengthen their booth level organisation.

The meeting is being held to strengthen the party till the booth level and said his party would reach out to people in villages across the state and explain the need for Greater Tipraland, he said and added, “We shall explain to people that we are not against any community but only want our constitutional rights.”

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