INDI alliance

1. Tripura CM Manik Saha forecasts the end of the INDI alliance, anticipating strong support for BJP candidates.
2. Dr. Saha highlights peaceful 2023 elections in Tripura, underscoring people’s faith in the BJP.
3. Addressing an election rally, Dr. Saha asserts BJP’s growing popularity in Tripura.

Agartala, April 16: Tripura Chief Minister Prof. Dr. Manik Saha predicts the imminent demise of the INDI alliance, comprising the CPIM and Congress, asserting that it will soon become a relic in a museum as people eagerly rally behind BJP candidates for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

Speaking at an election campaign in support of BJP candidate Biplab Kumar Deb in Banamalipur Assembly Constituency, Dr. Saha emphasized the absence of violence during the 2023 elections in Tripura.

He cited the peaceful conduct of the Boxanagar and Dhanpur By-elections, both won by the BJP, as evidence of public trust in PM Modi’s Sabka Saath Sabka Viswas initiative.

Highlighting the overwhelming support witnessed during the nomination filing ceremonies of BJP candidates, Dr. Saha confidently predicted victory for the BJP on June 4, citing the palpable desires of the people.

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During a roadshow at Bardowali Assembly Constituency on the same day, Dr. Saha criticized the opposition for identifying themselves as the CPIM-Congress alliance and resorting to the term INDI alliance.

Accusing the CPIM of the 10,323 issues, Dr. Saha condemned the alliance as an “unholy” collaboration, likening the CPIM and Congress to “carbon copies” responsible for past instances of violence in the state.

He contrasted the BJP’s commitment to overall development with the alleged corruption and scandals during the UPA government, emphasizing PM Modi’s zero-tolerance stance against corruption since 2014.

Dr. Saha confidently asserted that the INDI alliance would soon fade into obscurity, finding its place in a museum as a relic of the past.

He expressed conviction that the next generation would learn of the CPIM and Congress’s existence from history books, emphasizing their dwindling popular support and the electorate’s eagerness to vote for BJP candidates.