Agartala, Sep 14 (UNI) BJP national president Rajnath Singh has alleged that there was 'poor development' and 'rampant corruption' in Tripura.
Addressing his party workers here yesterday, Mr Singh advised them to propagate the concept of 'social audit' and flayed the Left Front government for misutilising the funds allocated by the Centre.
''Unemployment, underdevelopment and deteriorating law and order have become an integral part of life in the state,'' Mr Singh said adding that the state had high rate of crime.
Presenting the figures, he said altogether 196 persons were kidnapped in two years while 1473 cases of crime against women had been registered between 2004 and 2006.
''The Left has no right to remain in power because of it's poor performance in past 25 years. It has failed to contain poverty and restore peace in the state,'' the BJP chief said.
He also said the BJP could play an important role in the state as the people had become 'frustrated' with the present government wanted an alternative.
He also announced that his party would participate in all the seats in upcoming Assembly poll in Tripura and asked the state unit to remain prepared.