Manik Sarkar accuses BJP of ‘conspiracy’, wrongly claims inflation at all time high

The Chief Minister of Tripura, Manik Sarkar, on Tuesday, accused the BJP of trying to wipe off Tripura from the map. He has deemed the alliance between IPFT and BJP to be “unholy” and called it a conspiracy to against the state itself.

The Chief Minister also accused the BJP of inciting disturbances across the nation and failing to address issues related to the economy. According to him, “Achchhey din” isn’t here and wrongly claimed that inflation is at an all-time high. The NDA government has been remarkably adept at controlling inflation and inflation rates are much lower now than they were under the UPA.

Taking a leaf out of Rahul Gandhi’s book, Manik Sarkar accused the NDA government of trying to solely help the corporate even at the expense of the poor of the country. He accused Narendra Modi of taking money from the corporate for his 2014 election campaign and was now returning the favour as the Prime Minister of the country.

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Tripura will go to polls on the 18th of February and a fierce battle has ensued between the BJP and the CPI(M). Narendra Modi visited the state recently and is expected to visit again and so did the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Yogi Adityanath, apart from a host of other BJP leaders including the Party President Amit Shah. A NewsX opinion poll gave BJP-IPFT alliance the edge ahead of the polls.

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