AGARTALA, Feb 13 : Sending a strong message to the ruling Left , the Bharatiya Jata Party has decided to depute 80 full time workers across the state in Tripura to refurbish party’s organisatiol activities. A four-day training camp is going on in Agartala where 160 dedicated party workers are participating. The 80 full time workers will be selected from them and sent for further reorientation. It is learnt that the party has taken this initiative keeping eye on the forthcoming Assembly election scheduled to be held in early next year. However, the state president of the party Biplab Deb said it is a normal organizatiol activity and election is not the priority at this moment. Iugurating the camp on February 11, the joint organisatiol secretary of the party, V Satish made it clear that the BJP is out to launch an ideological war against the Communists. He said Marx talked about ending consumerism and remained silent about what after that and that is why it has failed. Launching a scathing attack on the leftists, he said the Marxism has lost its relevance in the present world. In regard to Tripura he said the Left Front government has failed to solve the burning problems of the state and the end of the Communist era in this state after the next assembly election is confirmed. Significantly the camp was iugurated on the death anniversary of the party’s ideological icon Din Dayal Upaddhay. Satish urged the party workers to spread the message of the great leader and at the same time to tell people about the futility of the Marxism. Other senior leaders like Muruli Dhar Rao, Mahesh Chandra Sharma are also participating in the camp. The camp will be followed by some other process and after that a Samarpan Committee will be announced by the Union Minister of State for Fisheries Sudarshan Bhagwat. The committee will be fully dedicated for the expansion of the party.