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AGARTALA: A BJP poll promise triggers no less controversy in Tripura giving much ammunition for the ruling Left Front to attack the saffron party amid the electioneering heat and dust. If BJP is voted to power all youths in the north eastern state will receive smartphones. The poll promise comes out in the speech of party president Amit Shah who held three rallies in the state on Monday.

 In his address at a rally, Shah said the BJP Government will give all youths smartphones. "If our government comes to power all the youths in the state will get smartphones. Our government will make you more smart. Only vote us to power," said the BJP president.

Later addressing a press conference Shah exuded confidence that BJP will be able to form the government in the state marking an end of the Left regime. UP Chief Minister Yogiraditya who arrived in the state to campaign for the party candidates offered puja to an ancient temple. Union finance minister Arun Jaitley released the party's poll manifesto promising all central assistance to help the state march steadily.        


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