On the occasion of International Women’s Day on Tuesday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah declared that 33% of government positions in Tripura will be earmarked for women. He stated that Biplab Deb’s administration had put an end to political violence, speaking at a rally here to mark the fourth anniversary of the BJP-IPFT government in the northeastern state. Farmers’ incomes have doubled during the current government, according to Shah, and per capita income has risen to Rs 1.3 lakh. “Agartala is now connected to the rest of the country via train.” “National highways have been developed for a total of 542 kilometres,” he stated. According to the Union Home Minister, there has been a 30% decrease in heinous crimes in the last year. According to the Union home minister, there has been a 30% decrease in heinous crimes in Tripura, and the conviction rate has risen to 53% from 5%. Shah stated that the current administration will keep all of the promises made in the previous manifesto, and that he will return to Tripura to campaign for votes. Early next year, the northeastern state will hold assembly elections.