Aguli 06-01-23: BJP will continue its rule as the state government after Elections in 2023, with this slogan the Jan Vishwas Yatra Victory vehicle rally of BJP took place at Belonia on Friday and it was led by Chief Minister Professor Dr Manik Saha.
It was on Thursday that Union Home Minister Amit Shah launched the Jan Vishwas Yatra in presence of Chief Minister Professor Dr Manik Saha along with the other top ministers of BJP at Sabroom.
The rally on this day moved in different parts of Belonia where thousands of BJP supporters and workers were also present. The grand rally was nothing less than a festive affair as the rally was accepted by each and every common people.
The political analyst were of the view that BJP would establish another benchmark by winning the upcoming Election as there was a sea of development being seen in the state and the vision of state government is only about welfare of common people.
The date of Tripura legislative Assembly Election 2023 might be declared in the 2nd or third week of January and that means that there are a handful of days left for the same. Hence the political parties have started their campaigns but BJP seems to be head and shoulder above when compared with others. The BJP government is ruling in the centre and the same can be seen in the state hence there is a certain edge.
They must be having that edge as there are a lot of developmental works which have been done in the last 5 years. The Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited the state on 18th December, 2022 and launched various developmental projects. While the Jan Vishwas Yatra started on Thursday in two places viz Dharmanagar and Sabroom and these two Victory vehicle rallies will cover a total of almost 1000km where they will visit 60 mandals and will finally come merge at Agartala on 12th January, 2023 and on that day the All India President of BJP J.P Nadda will remain present on the closing ceremony.
A total of 200 public gathering and road shows will take place during these days. The Chief Minister Professor Dr Manik Saha, Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma, Mithun Chakraborty and few others will remain present on that day.