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Tripura opposition to launch massive agitation against Left after puja

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  4 Oct 2016 12:00 AM GMT

FROM A CORRESPONDENT

AGARTALA, Oct 3: Opposition political parties in Tripura are preparing to launch agitation against the Left Front government after the Durga Puja festival is over.

It is learnt that both the major opposition parties the Bharatiya Jata Party and the Trimool Congress are gearing up to take on the government on various issues. Two regiol parties the Indigenous People’s Front of Twipra and the Indigenous tiolist Party of Tripura are also announced various programmes including dhar in Delhi.

The state BJP president Biplab Deb is currently in Guwahati to attend the meeting of the state presidents of Northeast. According to sources he has gone there with a detail programme.

Before leaving for Guwahati, he indicated that BJP will stress on three issues like Chit Fund, illegal appointment of 10,323 teachers and gross misuse of funds sanctioned under various centrally sponsored schemes by the state government.

Various other issues including the Left Front’s alleged attempt to create tension between the tribals and non- tribals, Chief Minister’s recent remarks on India’s big brotherly attitude towards its neighboring countries etc also will come up.

The Trimool Congress which is preparing for its state conference in February next year has decided to go for a major organizatiol drive to form committees from panchyat to district level.

Side by side various agitation programmes will also continue, state chairman of TMC Ratan Chakraborty said.

IPFT and the INPT who are very much active in the hill areas of the state are also planning to demonstrate their strength after the Durga Puja season is over. IPFT is demanding a separate state comprising the Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council while the INPT has opposed to it. They are demanding more power to the TTAADC and inclusion of Kok Borok language in the 8th schedule of the constitution.

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