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Tripura CM Manik Sarkar alleges BJP govt running under corporate direction

Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar on Monday alleged the Narendra Modi led BJP government at the Centre is running under the direction of corporate sector and claimed that there is no difference between the BJP and the Congress.



Tezpur: Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar on Monday alleged the Narendra Modi led BJP government at the Centre is running under the direction of corporate sector and claimed that there is no difference between the BJP and the Congress.

"The BJP government is now busy in satisfying those people who are connected with the corporate sector and corrupt people", Sarkar, also a CPI(M) Politburo member told a press conference here.

Accusing the ruling party of forgetting to keep its pre-poll commitments, he alleged, "the party which presented a rosy picture of 'Ache Din' before the election is now presenting a tragic chapter like suicide by farmers across the country."

Sarkar claimed there is no difference between the BJP and the Congress "whose policy is determined by the Gandhi family, while BJP?s policy is fixed by the RSS".

He also charged both the parties of adopting a discriminatory attitude towards the North East people as proven during the last 10 months after the saffron party came to power at the Centre.

On pre-poll alliance among the regional parties in Assam for the assembly polls next year, the veteran Marxist leader said discussions were on but but the final decision will depend on the state CPI(M) committee.

Stating the insurgency problem in Northeast was due to poor road connectivity and the unemployment problem, Sarkar said in Tripura it is now under control.  

From Zee News

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