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Tripura CPI(M) concerned over the regiol parties

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  3 Jun 2016 12:00 AM GMT

Agartala, June 2: The fight for keeping hold over the state’s 31 per cent tribal voters is getting intensified as the two regiol parties, the INPT and the IPFT, has decided to launch agitation and the ruling CPI(M) has activated its tribal wing, the Ga Mukti Parisad (GMP) to retain its traditiol vote bank. The Member of Parliament from East Tripura (Tribal Reserve) constituency and a former minister Jiten Choudhury urged the GMP leader to introspect the reasons behind shifting of faith of the tribal working class towards the regiol political parties, which made CPI(M) concern over. “Due to the GMP’s constant struggle and the Left Front Government’s policy of decentralisation the administration has now reached much closer to the tribals,” he claimed while addressing a public meeting organised to mark the conference of its Karbook sub-divisiol committee at Karbook weekly market in South Tripura district on Wednesday. ‘We must now remain alert for ripping its benefits’, he further said. However, according to political observers the growing popularity of the BJP and the prospect of having an alliance with any or both the regiol parties created a panic situation for the CPI(M).

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