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Tripura is progressing in line with Gandhi's self-sufficient ideology: Biplab (10/2/2019) 
Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb today targeted the first Prime Minister of India Jawaharlal Nehru for being socialist in ruling the Nation and said, "Had the Prime Minister follow the ideology of Mahatma Gandhi, the Nation would have been self-sufficient so far." He said, "Even after 70 years of independence, our nation is not able to be self-sufficient because of socialist ideology of the first Prime Minister of India." Mr. Deb was addressing a gathering of different walks of life here at Agartala Rabindra Bhawan auditorium during the programme of 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. "Moving in line with the Gandhian ideology of self-sufficiency and Gram Swaraj, PM Modi and his government at the centre is working to make the nation self-sufficient," adding to this Mr. Deb said, "Tripura government is also working to make the state self-sufficient through various means like promoting entrepreneurship and others." He said, "More and more private partners from different parts of the nation and other countries are showing interest in investing in Tripura. Recently many private partners have shown interest in working with Tripura's bamboo sector which paves a way of making the state self-sufficient and generate employment opportunities." Series of programmes are organised in different parts of the state to mark the 150th birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi today
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