BJP President Amit Shah on Sunday attacked the ruling Communist Party (Marxist) govt during an election rally in the poll-bound North Indian state of Tripura.
While addressing a gathering in Tripura’s Mohanpur, Shah, warning the Manik Sarkar government said his party BJP is not “scared of violence”.
“I want to warn the CPM that this time you are fighting with BJP, either mend your ways else BJP is not scared of violence,” News Agency ANI quoted Amit Shah as saying during his rally in Tripura.
Shah said, “Communism has ended in the whole world. Now, it's the time for the people of Tripura to put an end to Communist rule here.”
Shah also attacked the ruling government over low pay grade of government workers and promised to increase the pay scale if elected to power.
“State government employees in Tripura are getting 4th Pay Commission. I promise that we will get 7th Pay Commission after formation of a BJP government here,” Shah said.