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Parliament like "Old currency that is useless to people": Prime Minister of Assam

Assam’s Prime Minister Himanta Biswa Salma, who calls Congress an “old banknote,” said the country had moved in the opposite direction for 75 years because of the Republican “default.”

He argued that under parliamentary control, the “little development” northeastern region was heading towards prosperity under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

“Parliament has turned into old banknotes, but people don’t want to touch them because they’re useless,” he said at a BJP by-election campaign rally in the Agartala constituency late Sunday.

The BJP has protected Ashok Sinha, a senior leader who will take on the heavyweight candidate of Congress, Sudip Roy Barman, from the seat.

The Assam commercial said, “The country has retreated for 75 years due to the failure of Congress. In the case of the Rajdhani Express, Tripura had to wait for years. Now the northeast is heading for prosperity. “.

Former Tripura Prime Minister Biplab Kumar Deb also spoke at the rally.