PM Narendra Modi to visit Tripura twice to hold a campaign for the upcoming elections. The elections in Tripura to be held in one phase on 18th February for 60 Assemble constituencies. As per the reports, Prime Minister Narendra Modi would visit Tripura on 8th February to conduct two public meetings at Shantibazar in South Tripura district and Kailashahar in Unakoti district. And then he will visit on 15th February to address a public meeting at Agartala. Whereas BJP’s chief Amit Shah would be in the state for a week to expand campaign and to support BJP party alliance indigenous people front of Tripura ahead of the elections.
Recently, Amit Shah held a Parivartan Rally in Karnataka on 25th January. However, on that day farmers and Pro-Kannada community have called for a bandh. And the bandh across the city postponed Amit Shah rally for two hours. As per the reports, Amit Shah would also visit Meghalaya and Nagaland for the extending campaign. In Meghalaya and Nagaland, the election would be held on 27th February 2018. Whereas on another side Rahul Gandhi to kick off Congress campaign in Karnataka soon. The first leg of the Congress campaign would be held in Karnataka on 10th February. This time party is coming over with other strategies to counter BJP after get a massive defeat in Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh election.
Both the parties are again coming together to fight for a seat in North-Eastern states and Karnataka. After triggering an immense war of words during Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh election now the parties are gearing up for another state’s elections. BJP’s chief said that this top 40 leaders including Defence Minister Nirmala Sitharaman, Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, U.P. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj and Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi would also visit the poll-bound state for the party’s campaigning.