PM Modi: "We are lighting the lamp of progress and prosperity" in Tripura
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Tripura: Officially escorting the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) government in the Left stronghold in Tripura Biplab Kumar Deb today sworn-in as the chief minister of Tripura on Friday.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and all the senior leaders and ministers of the BJP-ruled states attended the oath ceremony.

 PM Narendra Modi addressed gathering at the swearing-in ceremony of Tripura CM Biplab Deb.

“In the history of India, there are some elections that will always be discussed. The 2018 Tripura elections will be one such example. People will continue to discuss these polls, “said PM Narendra Modi in Agartala.

PM assured the public of Tripura as saying, "We are lighting the lamp of progress and prosperity; a new hope has come for Tripura".

Former Tripura CM Manik Sarkar and PM Narendra Modi met at swearing ceremony of Tripura CM Biplab Deb and others.

In a sophisticated and humble manner, Biplab Deb bowed down to Manik Sarkar and touched his feet to get blessed.

BJP chief Amit Shah also addressed gathering at Tripura swearing-in ceremony

Former chief minister of Tripura, Manik Sarkar was also personally invited by Deb along with BJP National General Secretary Ram Madhav.

Special invitation to the Prime Minister and all the chief ministers of the BJP government is given by Deb yesterday. “Prime Minister accepted the invitation," said   Biplab Kumar Deb, while addressing the reporters on Thursday.

Jishnu Kumar Deb took oath as deputy chief minister.

The affirmation has come at the state guesthouse in Agartala.

Earlier in the month, the BJP and its supporter Indigenous People's Front of Tripura (IPFT) created a huge history in the assembly polls 2018 as ending the 25-year supremacy of the Left Front-led by the Communist Party of India (Marxist). BJP is to come in power with a two-thirds majority in the Tripura legislative assembly elections.

The BJP won 35 of the 59 in the recently concluded polls in Tripura, throw out the CPI (M) which won only in 17 assembly constituencies. (NT)


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