Prime Minister Narendra Modi in Arunachal Pradesh, targets Congress

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If there is a state in the northeast where Hindi is widely spoken, it is "my Arunachal", the Prime Minister said.

Tripura will go to polls on 18 February with 59 of the 60 seats in fray.

This is not the first time the party has lashed out at BJP or PM Modi through a sarcastic video.

The Prime Minister promised setting up a medical college in most districts of Arunachal, "which will help the students in understanding the medical challenges of their own region". He requested the Prime Minister to consider sympathetically to the proposal for a greenfield airport at Hollongi near here.

Romesh Chandra Sarkar, who was a CPM supporter till May 2017 is now president of SC morcha, the saffron party's Scheduled Caste wing in Town Bordowali constituency.

Itanagar: Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday said the Centre is taking up the Ayushman Bharat Yojana on mission mode to provide quality and affordable health care to almost 50 crore people across the country.

Meanwhile, security remained tight through out Thursday in Agartala.

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Modi said, "The Congress had run its governments with the support of the CPI (M) in Delhi".

Itanagar: Prime Minister Narendra Modi today reached out to border state Arunachal Pradesh and lauded the patriotism of its people. Deb's body was found was found hanging in Barjala on Sunday and the BJP has been crying foul over the death, accusing the CPM of killing its cadres.

Launching a scathing attack on the Manik Sarkar government, he said, "Poor people had to commit suicide because their hard earned money was looted by chit funds and some state ministers were accused of being involved". "Almost all BJP candidates are young". The video also takes a dig at Modi's hugs and asks him to work more and hug less. Modi had warned that the central government would make States accountable for every penny granted by the Center. The centre is ready to give the fund but in return the ministries want proof of utilization, which Manik Sarkar did not accept. Tripura government could not able to spend a huge fund allocated for development objective till past year.

"Why don't Tripura's labourers get minimum wage?" Lot of people does it in Delhi and Mumbai.

For some, however, it is the resentment with the Left that is pulling them towards the BJP, and not just the popularity of the prime minister.

Alleging that the states revenue generation is poor, he said the Left Front also can not spend the money what the Centre dispatches to them.