Guwahati: With the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) historic win in Tripura in March this year, the party has set its eyes on the only Congress-ruled state in Northeast India. The state assembly polls for 40 seats in Mizoram will be held on November 28.
The BJP has taken the decision to make Tripura CM Biplab Kumar Deb as the prime face of its election campaigns in Mizoram. Along with it, the central leadership of the party has also bestowed upon the responsibility of winning five out of 40 seats to Tripura BJP.
A team of leaders from Tripura’s BJP comprising party’s general secretary Pratima Bhowmik, MLA Pramod Reang and minister Santana Chakma have already reached Mizoram to embark on a visit to those five constituencies entrusted upon Tripura BJP.
Meanwhile, the Tripura CM is scheduled to visit Mizoram along with the party’s national general secretary Ram Madhav on October 23. CM Deb will address a public meeting at Kalamanagar in Mizoram along with Bhowmik, Reang and Chakma.
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