Now, com­mu­nists want to join BJP in Tripura: Deod­har

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Pune: BJP’s na­tional ex­ec­u­tive com­mit­tee mem­ber and in-charge of Tripura, Su­nil Deod­har, said law and order will be the new gov­ern­ment’s top pri­or­ity. The state­ment came af­ter a statue of Lenin was razed in the north­east­ern state. “Af­ter the elec­tion re­sults, mem­bers of the com­mu­nist party have been ap­proach­ing the BJP, but we have stalled en­roll­ment of new mem­bers for six months to keep anti-so­cial el­e­ments at bay, as law and order is our top pri­or­ity,” Deod­har said.

Deod­har, who has been de­scribed as the chief ar­chi­tect of BJP’s win in Tripura, was in Pune on Mon­day. The Pune Union of work­ing jour­nal­ists had or­gan­ised an in­ter­ac­tive ses­sion with me­dia per­sons where he spoke about the strat­egy used by BJP to dis­lodge com­mu­nist rule in the North­east­ern state and the agenda of new gov­ern­ment.

Deod­har said, “The com­mu­nist party cadre can not stay away from power. They use power to gen­er­ate money for them­selves.”

“We will be ver­i­fy­ing the back­ground of the peo­ple want­ing to join the BJP,” he said.

A file photo of Su­nil Deod­har

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