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Voting On For Tripura Civic Bodies; Trinamool, Left Allege Unfair Play

Voting On For Tripura Civic Bodies; Trinamool, Left Allege Unfair Play



The Tripura civic elections started at 7 am immediately amid claims by the opposition Communist Get together of India (Marxist), or CPI(M), and the Trinamool Congress that employees of the ruling BJP are going round on bikes and intimidating their candidates.

The CPI(M) and the Trinamool Congress additionally alleged not all voters have been allowed to enter polling cubicles.

Gangs with their faces masked and sporting helmets have gone door to door warning voters to remain house, the opposition events alleged.

“Info has been pouring from… a number of wards of Agartala Municipal Council that giant variety of miscreants are intruding into these areas on the behest of ruling BJP and indulging into terrorising the opposition supporters with dire penalties, with the menace to not transfer to the polling stations on November 25,” the CPI(M) stated in an announcement.

Voting is going down in 644 cubicles in 13 civic our bodies in Tripura – probably the most keenly watched battle being the Agartala Municipal Company. In its final tenure, the CPI(M) was in command of the civic physique. The BJP is making a decided bid to grab it by way of unfair means, the opposition alleged.

There are a complete of 20 civic our bodies the place elections are due. In seven of them, the BJP has already received unopposed.

The Trinamool Congress, a latest entrant into Tripura politics, has fielded candidates in all 51 wards of the civic physique. The CPI(M) has skipped candidates in a number of seats.

The election is being held just about underneath the Supreme Court docket’s watch. In an order on a Trinamool Congress’s enchantment final week, the Supreme Court docket advised the Tripura authorities to make sure the opposition was allowed to function within the political area.

Trinamool Congress MP Sushmita Dev went again to the Supreme Court docket earlier this week, accusing the Tripura authorities of contempt of courtroom for violating its order and requested that the election ought to be deferred.

The Supreme Court docket is scheduled to provide an order on this enchantment immediately.



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