BJP trying to expel Tripura govt: CPI-M

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Uttar Pradesh: The Communist Party of India (Marxist) has accused the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) of trying to expel Tripura government by spreading misleading information about them in the state.

CPI-M leader Bijan Dhan went on to say: “BJP’s (Bharatiya Janata Party) central ministers visiting Tripura almost every week provide imaginary ‘facts’ (about) the Left Front government.”

“The central ministers’ slandering is part of their efforts to dislodge the Left government unethically,” Dhar told the media, adding there was an attempt “to build an economic blockade” against Tripura.

Dhar said the party’s state committee decided on Saturday and Sunday to campaign against the central government’s undemocratic steps over the coming months.

“After the victory in Uttar Pradesh, some leaders can dream that they can wash away Tripura’s Left parties. This is a distant dream only,” the CPI-M state Secretary said.

“When the CPI-M has been demanding 200 days of work in MGNREGA (Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act), the BJP government is trying to scuttle the scheme.”

He accused the BJP of trying to break other political parties.

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