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Biplab claims- Amit Shah will form BJP government in Nepal and Sri Lanka too




New Delhi. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which is waving saffron glory across the country, is now engaged in forming a government at the international level as well. This is the claim of the senior BJP leader and the Chief Minister of Tripura Biplab Dev, who is in discussion with his disputants. According to Biplav Dev, the BJP will also form governments in Nepal and Sri Lanka.

Biplab Dev made a big statement at a BJP event in Agartala, the capital of Tripura. He said that the party has plans to expand not only in the country but also in neighboring countries. Not only this, Biplab Dev said that Home Minister Amit Shah’s plan is to form Bharatiya Janata Party government in Nepal and Sri Lanka as well.

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Biplab Kumar claimed that ‘when Amit Shah was BJP President, he told us that the party wants to expand its radius and is planning for governance in Nepal and Sri Lanka’. He said that Amit Shah said this in a meeting with activists at the state guest house.

Mission ‘Self-sufficient South Asia’
Praising the general budget, Biplab said, “This is a step towards building self-sufficient South Asia. India’s policy and action is capable of making Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal self-reliant. ‘

Opposition said undemocratic statement
Opposition parties CPM and Congress have termed Biplab’s statement as undemocratic. Both parties said that Biplab’s statement was a highly undemocratic statement against sovereign countries like Nepal and Sri Lanka.

This statement of Biplab should be investigated in which Amit Shah is planning to gain power of Nepal and Sri Lanka. Not only this, the opposing parties have also demanded immediate action on this statement of Biplab.

Biplab gave this statement
Bipbal shared the conversation he had during his preparations for the Tripura assembly election in 2018. He said that during a meeting when Amit Shah was BJP President, there were talks about “foreign expansion” after the party’s victory in all states in India.

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At the time when we were talking in the guest house, Ajay Jamwal (BJP’s North-East Zonal Secretary) said that the BJP formed its government in many states. In response, Amit Shah said that Sri Lanka and Nepal are yet to be left.

He said we have to expand the party. We have to expand the party to form governments in Sri Lanka and Nepal.