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India’s BJP ambitious to form Govt. in Sri Lanka: CM of Tripura

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  • The party was planning to expand its footprint and establish its rule in Nepal and Sri Lanka
  • The policies and actions of India have been able to make Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal self-reliant

Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb sparked a fresh controversy on Saturday when he revealed BJP’s alleged ambition to form governments in Nepal and Sri Lanka, the Times of India reported.   “Amit Shah, who was then BJP national president, had told us that the party was planning to expand its footprint and establish its rule in Nepal and Sri Lanka, during a close interaction with several members at the state guest house in Agartala,” he claimed 

 Lauding the Union Budget of the next financial year, he said: “It is a step towards the making of an ‘Atmanirbhar South Asia’. The policies and actions of India have been able to make Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal self-reliant.” Opposition CPM and Congress demanded immediate action against Biplab for his “most undemocratic speech” against sovereign countries like Nepal and Sri Lanka and called for a probe into his claim about Shah planning to capture power in the countries.

  • Opposition CPM and Congress demanded immediate action against Biplab for  his “most undemocratic speech” against sovereign countries like Nepal  and Sri Lanka    

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