"They support the demand but have not been able to admit it in public", CPI-M state secretary Bijan Dhar had said.
The Congress has fielded candidates for 59 out of the 60 seats in Tripura where Assembly elections will be held on 18 February.
The vision document states that stories of Tripura's erstwhile royal rulers would be included in the school curriculum and Agartala airport would be renamed after Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya, the last king of Tripura.
(G.N.S) Dt. 12 Agartala BJP National President Mr Amit Shah said that Tripura would become the 20th state the BJP rules in the country.
Likewise, Tripura would also come to the BJP fold, he said. He said state government employees in Tripura were still getting salaries based on the 4th Pay Commission's recommendations.More news: South Africa: ANC decides Zuma must go 'urgently'
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He also said that the central funding pattern of 90:10 between the central and state government in any project in the northeastern states and three other hills states including Jammu and Kashmir, has been continuing.
The senior BJP leader also announced that an adequate number of multi-speciality hospitals and an AIIMS-like hospital would be set up in the state. "The government of "Lal Bhai" and its cadres have looted Tripura for 25 years in the name of development..."
Targeting the alliance between BJP and IPFT, Sarkar stated, "a huge and diabolic conspiracy is going on across the State to destabilize the peace and mutual brotherhood of tribals and non-tribals, clearly indicating the pre-poll alliance between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Indigenous People's Front of Tripura (IPFT)". Arun Jaitley promised that a degree college would be set up in each constituency to upgrade the education system.
Tripura will be voting into power its ruling party in less than a week.
In the 28-page "Vision Document", the BJP pledged to provide one employment opportunity to every household, free education for women till graduation, free smatphones to youths, increase of minimum wages to Rs 340, a probe into the chit fund activities and regularising all contractual government employees.