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Biplab outlines his vision (12/2/2018) 
Speaking at an anti drug rally in his home turf Banamalipur chief minister Biplab Deb also outlined his stand that crime against women will not be tolerated. He said slowly but surely this drive is reaping rich dividends and not only has drug use come down but crime against women is also showing a downswing. I had promised drug free society and keeping this in mind police has nabbed several drug smugglers and recovered huge amount of drugs. Outlining his vision he said Tripura will become a model state within next three years . He said from now on nobody will have to run from pillar to post to get building plan passed as this system has become fully online. Today Mr Deb also launched a tirade against corruption and hinted that laws will become stricter in the days to come to achieve corruption free administration.
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