Imphal: BJP president Amit Shah, after visiting Arunachal Pradesh, moved to Manipur where he addressed a gathering in Outer Manipur constituency’s Thoubal district.
He said: “For the last 40 years there was no meeting of the North Eastern Council. But it was the BJP government that held the first meeting. Besides, the BJP government had increased the NEC developmental fund by 258 per cent”.
Shah also claimed that 1.3 lakh families in the State were given free cooking gas connections.
The BJP president also criticized the previous Congress government in the State for its performance.
“Congress’ Chief Minister O Ibobi had sold out water, land and other properties including the largest freshwater lake, the Loktak,” he said. Shah also accused the previous government of engineering bloodshed between the hills and the valley people. (IANS)
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