Triumph in recently held assembly elections including that of Manipur boosted the BJP’s central leadership to give a push to party organisation in Tripura. Assembly election in the left bastion state is due in early 2018. BJP’s national president Amit Shah would arrive in the state on May 7 on a two day visit to oversee organisation activities in the state. Party’s state Prabhari Sunil Deodhar detailed Shah’s tour schedule to newsmen on Tuesday. Mr. Deodhar announced the party leadership attaches importance to Tripura and Meghalaya states to wrest power from CPI(M) and Congress respectively. BJP has been in power Assam, Manipur and Arunachal Prsadesh, running a coalition in Nagaland while Tripura, Mizoram and Meghalaya stand outside of its victory map. He however said a final itinerary on visit of Amit Shah would be announced after a consultation between party offices of Delhi and Agartala. MR. Sunil Deodhar is leaving for Delhi on Wednesday to hold talks with central leaders.