While talking to media, A Senior leader of Tripura BJP said that prime Minister Narendra Modi was supposed to arrive on October 28 but due to some unknown and unavoidable problems the visit got postponed but now prime Minister Modi is expected to arrive in the state on November 17. The ruling BJP in Tripura is officially going to start its poll campaign.
The chief minister of Assam Himanta Biswa Sarma is also going to arrive in the state for a two day visit on November 7 to inaugurate ‘Booth Vijay Abhiyan’ which will be held at Rabindra Shatabarshiki Bhawan.
“We have already started our poll campaign but the official campaign will be started with the arrival of two top leaders of the country including Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was supposed to arrive on October 28 but due to some unknown problems, the visit was postponed. As per preliminary reports, PM Modi will inaugurate a series of government schemes and would address a mass gathering at Swami Vivekananda Maidan for which preparation is going in the full swing”, the source said.
The chief minister of Assam Himanta Biswa Sarma is also going to arrive in the state for a two day visit on November 7. He confirmed that the cm is arriving in the state to hold a meeting and to officially inaugurate the party’s poll campaign.
“Assam CM is arriving on November 07. So far we have heard that he is coming for a two-day tour of the state. On November 07 he will address ‘Boot Vijay Abhiyan’ where all the state leaders including Chief Minister, Deputy Chief Minister, MLAs, and Karyakartas will be present. In that programme he will address the leaders”, the source from BJP informed.
BJP state election In-charge Dr Mahendra Sing, BJP Northeast coordinator Sambit Patra and BJP central observer Dr Mahesh Sarma will be present, with CM Sarma, He further added.
“We are hopeful that all the leaders who are arriving will hold meetings with all the state leaders to discuss all the organizational matters and chances are very high to discuss candidates for the upcoming elections”, he added.
According to the sources, Assam CM along with Patra, Dr Mahendra Sing and Mahesh Sarma will chair a series of meeting separately with all the leaders of the state party to make a blueprint of the party’s strategy for the upcoming election.