Tripura CM 'reveals' Amit Shah's plans to form BJP govt in Sri Lanka, Nepal: Report
Tripura CM 'reveals' Amit Shah's plans to form BJP govt in Sri Lanka, Nepal: Report
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Known for his controversial and sometimes absurd statements, Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb has now 'revealed' Union Home Minister Amit Shah's plans.

During a party program in Rabindra Satabarshiki Bhavan on Saturday, Biplab Kumar Deb said the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) wants to establish the party and form governments in Sri Lanka and Nepal after winning all the states in India.

"We were talking in the state guest house when Ajay Jamwal (northeast zonal secretary of BJP) said that BJP had formed its government in several states of India. In reply, Shah said that now Sri Lanka and Nepal are left. We have to expand the party in Sri Lanka, Nepal and win there to form a government,” East Mojo quoted Deb as saying.

Biplab Kumar Deb hailed Amit Shah's leadership and said that it was under him that the BJP had become the world’s largest party. "The communists had claimed that their party was the largest in the world, which Amit Shah broke by making BJP the largest party in the world. Deendayal Upadhyaya’s party, Shyama Prasad’s party, Prishtha Pramukh’s party,” Deb said.

Speaking about the upcoming Assembly elections in West Bengal, Deb said, "The people of Bengal will soon say goodbye to Mamata didi, as both Modi and Amit Shah have reached the state. This time the government in Tamil Nadu will be formed by the BJP only, Lotus will bloom across the country."

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