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Rajnath Singh asks for votes from people at Tripura, warns Pakistan to not force violence

Rajnath Singh asks for votes from people at Tripura, warns Pakistan to not force violence
Written by Abhishek Rana

Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh has said the Left Front government in Tripura is mired in corruption, and that people should decide to vote against it in the upcoming elections on February 18. Rajnath gave the speech at a rally near Agarthala, and also alleged that the government there hadn’t been successful at all, with the reports of starvation, unemployment and even violence plaguing the people under their rule. He gave the example of the 19 states that are under the rule of BJP party, and how they set an example for good governance that should be followed by people. He urged the people to vote for the party, claiming that there isn’t going to be any development in their area, until the BJP party sets up its rule there.

He said that Tripura has a rich source of Natural sources which should be used for the betterment of people, and if the people give the BJP party a chance, then their collective efforts will make it best state in the country.

Rajnath didn’t confine himself to the topic of the elections, but also ventured to talk about Kashmir as well, saying that the state belongs to India, and is an important part for them. On Pakistan, he said that India is not going to fire the first bullet in case of a conflict, but if the neighboring country decides to attack, then they’ll unleash fire and fury at them without any hesitance and with full force.

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Abhishek Rana

Since my early childhood, I’ve loved writing, watching movies and having an opinion. Now, I do it professionally. Always looking for new ways to challenge myself.

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