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Aug 06, 2018
7:22AM

Tripura CM Biplab Kumar Deb claims that BJP would win both two LS seats in 2019 election

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Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb today claimed that BJP would win both the two Lok Sabha seats in the state in the 2019 election.
 
Mr Deb said he would request all the 44 MLAs of the BJP-Indigenous Peoples Front of Tripura (IPFT) coalition to  work hard so that in every assembly constituency BJP candidates would get lead of over 10,000 votes and win by an unprecedented margin in the Lok Sabha election.
 
The Chief Minister was addressing the party workers and leaders at a programme to felicitate the BJP state in-charge, Sunil Deodhar, who was recently appointed as one of the national secretaries of the party and co-in-charge of Andhra Pradesh. Mr Deodhar was appointed the BJP in-charge of Tripura in 2014.

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