Shah trains gun against ‘cleanest’ chief minister of India


Agencies, Ambassa/ Udaipur (Tripura) The BJP national president Amit Shah today trained gun of corruption in Rose Valley scam against Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar besides, maladministration and raising incidences of crime on women. Mr Shah addressed the first rally at Dhalai district headquarter Ambassa and later in Gomati district headquarter Udaipur. Significantly both rallies were well attended by the tribal and women along with the youths. In the rallies, Mr Shah targeted the failures of Chief Minister in 25 years rule and alleged that the left front government made the people poorer, increased the debt burden on each and every citizen of the state; divide the state in communal line and development of the state made slowest in the country. He alleged that Mr Sarkar and his party leaders looted thousands of crore of rupees from one-third people of the state in past few years. Referring Rose Valley scam he stated that Manik Sarkar did not allow CBI to investigate the scam just to save his cabinet colleagues and top leaders of CPI(M). “The Rose Valley and other non banking financial companies were brought, promoted and allowed to cheat the people for long time by the left front government of Tripura. When the poor people asked for their money back, the government paved the cheat fund companies to flee from the state,” Mr Shah said. He warned CBI will bring out each of the cheat fund accused of CPI(M).Talking on crime on women, Mr Shah said average five women related incidents have been reported daily in Tripura and at least two of them are related to rape and molestation, which is highest in the country. The general law and order situation is also very concerning where six of BJP leaders and two journalists were killed in six months and the state government is not willing to ensure impartial enquiry, he stated. “The rule of law is completely defanged in Tripura. All the criminals are belonging to ruling CPI(M) and the state government is saving them,” he commented adding that CPI(M) is running the government not to provide justice and ensure welfare of the people of the state rather desperately working for the development of their party. Health, education, roads and infrastructure everywhere this government is failed to satisfy the minimum aspiration of the people of Tripura. There is minimum development in tribal areas. The left front government created communal divide in the state where tribal people are facing crisis of minimum livelihood, Mr Shah alleged.“The tribal people are died in malaria and waterborne disease in Tripura. Tribal mother sold her child due to poverty under Manik Sarkar’s rule. The autonomous district council (ADC) is working like a department of CPI(M) government. The minimum autonomy prescribed in the constitution has not been given by Manik Sarkar to ADC. BJP is committed for development of tribal at par with others,” he stated. “Manik Sarkar portraying his false constructed image outside the state claiming to be the cleanest and poorest chief minister of the country but the 20 years of his uninterrupted chief ministership made it clear that Mr Sarkar is most corrupt and anti-development chief minister of the country,” the BJP president alleged. The prime minister has called him for discussion for Rs 130 Cr package but he did not turn out, Shah mentioned. More than seven lakh educated youth unemployed in Tripura where total registered population is only 37 lakh. The people died without treatment, teachers are losing job because of administrative corruption of Manik Sarkar – how does he claim of good governance, Mr Shah questioned. He held out high hopes for the people of Tripura if they vote BJP to power in the state in upcoming assembly elections and promised, “BJP means positive development and if we win the next assembly election, as seems almost inevitable, Tripura will be transformed into a fully developed state.” Lashing out at what he called ‘CPI (M)’s politics of poverty and backwardness’,Mr Shah said that BJP will pave the rapid transformation of the state into a developed one through creation of employment opportunities, construction of high quality infrastructure and high facilities for education and health service.