BJP President Amit Shah has termed the elections results of three northeastern states as an acceptance of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s developmental policy.
He said, the results are an indication of possible outcomes of upcoming assembly and 2019 Lok Sabha polls. Briefing reporters in New Delhi today, Shah said, the victory is the stamp on Mr. Modi’s Act East Policy.
He said, BJP might have a clear majority in Tripura but it will also include alliance partners in the new government. Mr. Shah taunted at CPI(M) defeat in the state saying it has been proved now that Left is not right for any parts of India.
He alleged that Manik Sarkar’s government was a failed one as no development took place in Tripura in the last 25 years. He said, the people of the North East want development and peace. The BJP President said, 21 states are now having NDA and BJP governments. He said, untill the BJP forms government in Odisha, West Bengal and Kerala, its golden period will not come.
Earlier in a series of tweets, Mr. Shah attributed the victory in the state to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s politics of development and his commitment to the welfare of North-Eastern region.
Meanwhile, the BJP Parliamentary Board will meet this evening to discuss the poll outcomes in three North Eastern States. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah will attend the meeting along with senior party leaders. Celebrations has begun at Party Headquarters in the National Capital where several workers are raising slogan over party’s victory in Tripura.