CPI-M leader accuses BJP of using government machinery for party election program

On Sunday, the honorable Prime Minister of India, Narendra Modi, paid a visit to Tripura to launch several projects. However, after leaving, opposition CPI-M secretary Jitendra Chowdhury reacted sharply to his visit to the state.
Mr. Chowdhury accused BJP of using the government machinery for the election campaign, referring to the upcoming assembly polls in Tripura. He said, “With elections round the corner, BJP has paralyzed the entire administrative system of Tripura and put the people of this state in jeopardy.”
CPI-M secretary Jitendra Chowdhury mentioned that the people of Tripura are highly disappointed with the misrule of the BJP government during the last 5 years. Mr. Chowdhury also said that they expected that PM Modi would make some announcements for Tripura as he came to the state just before the assembly elections. However, Mr. Chowdhury claims that nothing relevant to that happened, and instead, PM Modi left the people of this state in trouble and spent a massive amount of public money on promoting the party.
He also highlighted several other factors that BJP government allegedly overlooked in the last 5 years.

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