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Rahul Gandhi asks Tripura to vote out Left parties

The Communist government in Tripura will be voted out in the Feb 14 assembly election, Congress vice-president Rahul Gandhi said Monday.

‘People in Kerala and West Bengal have voted out the Left parties, you must follow the same for all of your betterment and development of the state,’ Gandhi told the audience at an election rally in Tripura.

A day before the end of campaign, Gandhi addressed four election rallies – at Sonamura and Khayerpur in west Tripura, Santir Bazar in south Tripura and Dharmanagar in north Tripura.

He said the Communists always served their own interests and did not care much for the common man.

‘What ever funds are coming from the central government, be it MGNREGA (Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act) or any welfare scheme, these are going to CPI-M cadres and the middle men, not to the people,’ the Congress leader said in Hindi.

If the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M)-led government was allowed to remain in power, ‘You will not get any government help’, Rahul Gandhi told the audience in Agartala on Monday.
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