‘You Can’t Divide Tripura’: Himanta Biswa Sarma’s ‘No Compromise’ Policy on Tipraland | Exclusive

Himanta Biswa Sarma, the chief minister of Assam, takes a break from his hectic schedule at almost 2 in the morning to talk about Rahul Gandhi’s foolish remarks and the BJP’s prospects in the Northeast. Sarma, who is camped out in Agartala ahead of this month’s polls, is also splitting his time between Nagaland and Meghalaya and has three to four engagements in Tripura. In an exclusive interview with News18, the leader of the North East Democratic Alliance (NEDA) expressed confidence that the BJP will form the government in each of the three states.

How is the “josh” down there? Every big shot is running for office in Agartala.

The development and destiny of the Northeast depend on the results of the elections in Tripura, Meghalaya, and Nagaland. We are working very hard, and I am convinced that we will establish the government in Tripura, defeat the opposition in Nagaland, and win Meghalaya after the elections.

Why should people cast their votes in Tripura for the BJP a second time? The other states, what about them?

If you visit Tripura after a long absence, taking a glance at the airport will give you an idea of how the state has evolved and grown. Highways, rail links, and the internet are only a few of the recent developments. The promises made by the state government have been fulfilled. Because of this, I hope that the people of Tripura will have faith in us. In any case, they cannot reinstall the CPIM because they cannot be trusted.

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