Prime Minister Narendra Modi today credited the BJP's rise from "zero to top" in Tripura assembly elections to his party's "solid" development agenda and the strength of its organisation.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi today credited the BJP’s rise from “zero to top” in Tripura assembly elections to his party’s “solid” development agenda and the strength of its organisation. In a series of tweets on the outcome of assembly polls in Tripura, Nagaland and Meghalaya, he said the victory of the BJP in Tripura is not an ordinary electoral victory. “This journey from ‘Shunya’ to ‘Shikhar’ (zero to top) has been made possible due to a solid development agenda and the strength of our organisation. I bow to every BJP karyakarta for working assiduously on the ground for years,” the prime minister said. Modi also said that people are reposing faith in the positive and development oriented agenda of the NDA. “People do not have the time or respect for negative, disruptive and disconnected politics of any kind, ” he said. On Tripura, he said, “It is a win for democracy over brute force and intimidation. Today peace and non-violence have prevailed over fear. We will provide Tripura the good government that the state deserves.” He thanked the people of Nagaland for supporting BJP and its allies. “I assure my sisters and brothers of Nagaland that we will continue to work for the progress and prosperity of Nagaland. I applaud the tireless work of the local BJP unit,” he said. He said the welfare of Meghalaya is of utmost importance for his government.
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