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Tripura BJP working to wrest both LS seats in 2019

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AGARTALA, April 23 - BJP in Tripura will look to bolster the party machinery to wrest two Lok Sabha seats from CPI(M) in the general elections in 2019, State party leaders said.

At the first State Committee meeting of the party after the BJP-IPFT Government came to power last month, senior leaders deliberated on training party workers at the booth level to better communicate with voters, BJP spokesperson Mrinal Kanti Deb said.

�It was decided that a group of disciplined, hardworking and honest party workers from the grassroots level would be screened and trained so that they work in booth levels to keep a close touch with voters, understand their problems and help the government cater benefits to them,� said another party spokesperson, Subrata Chakraborty.

All MLAs and Ministers of the State would have to take organisational responsibilities, BJP national general secretary Ram Madhav said in the meeting yesterday. � PTI

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Tripura BJP working to wrest both LS seats in 2019

AGARTALA, April 23 - BJP in Tripura will look to bolster the party machinery to wrest two Lok Sabha seats from CPI(M) in the general elections in 2019, State party leaders said.

At the first State Committee meeting of the party after the BJP-IPFT Government came to power last month, senior leaders deliberated on training party workers at the booth level to better communicate with voters, BJP spokesperson Mrinal Kanti Deb said.

�It was decided that a group of disciplined, hardworking and honest party workers from the grassroots level would be screened and trained so that they work in booth levels to keep a close touch with voters, understand their problems and help the government cater benefits to them,� said another party spokesperson, Subrata Chakraborty.

All MLAs and Ministers of the State would have to take organisational responsibilities, BJP national general secretary Ram Madhav said in the meeting yesterday. � PTI

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