Tripura Chief Minister Manik Saha on Thursday held a door-to-door campaign in the state capital Agartala, ahead of the Assembly elections which is scheduled to be held on February 16.
The BJP is looking to retain power in the state and win another term in the northeastern state.
“A series of central government projects and schemes had been implemented in the state for the benefit of the public. The people have availed the benefits to these schemes and we are hopeful that they will vote in favour of the BJP again,” CM Saha said during his campaign.
The Chief Minister has been holding door-to-door campaigns for several days and taking the message of the government to the people. Earlier on Tuesday, CM Saha held a door-to-door campaign in Joynagar.
Earlier, on January 30, the Tripura CM filed his nomination from the Town Borodowali Assembly constituency.
The CM, who is bidding to secure a fresh mandate from the constituency, filed his nomination in the presence of the Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma and his Manipur counterpart N Biren Singh.
Ahead of his nomination filing, the chief minister held a roadshow from the Town Bordowali Assembly segment.
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