AGARTALA, April 4 - After conquering four States � Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, Manipur and Goa � in the recently concluded Assembly elections, the resurgent BJP leadership are eyeing on toppling the Marxist-led government in Tripura.
To provide a political roadmap on how to oust the Marxist government, BJP president Amit Shah would be arriving here on May 7. �Shahji is scheduled to arrive here on May 7 and will leave the following day after a brainstorming session with party leaders here,� said BJP Pradesh Prabhari Sunil Deodhar at a press conference here today.
Deodhar, who is going to Delhi on Wednesday to finalize Amit Shah�s programme for the State, said that the party�s national executive meeting would be held on April 15 and 16 to take stock of the party�s recent electoral success in the four States and plan for the States going to the elections by next one year.
�For BJP, Tripura is the prime target to capture power and put an end to the long Marxist rule, although Meghalaya is also on the party�s radar. We are of the view that the party could win Tripura riding on the organization strength and wind blowing in favour of the party. That�s why Amitji�s visit is crucial for us,� he explained.
Before the party president�s visit, the BJP also unfolded programmes to be organized by the party�s frontal organizations like Mahila Morcha, OBC Morcha and Yuba Morcha.