AGARTALA: BJP general secretary Ram Madhab along with two other senior leaders arrived in Agartala on Sunday to discuss about the party strategy for the upcoming Lok Sabha election amid a satisfactory atmosphere as the State leaders on Saturday had a long meeting with their alliance partner the Indigenous Peoples’ Front of Tripura and decided to bury all differences among them created over filing of nomination leading to series of violent incidents during last 15 days.
Ram Madhab along with party’s Northeast In-charge Ajoy Jamual and the State Pravari Sunil Deodhar met the leaders of the party’s core committee headed by Chief Minister Biplab Deb who is also the State party president and apprised themselves about the latest political situation. It is learnt that Ram Madhab enquired about the situation that triggered violent clashes between the supporters of the two alliance partners.
No official statement was available about the meeting but sources in the party said he has told the State leaders to be little more tactful to deal such situation.
It is learnt that Ram Madhab during his stay in Tripura will meet the BJP State committee and various frontal organizations separately to discuss party strategy for the Lok Sabha election. He also is reviewing how the instructions given during a meeting at Imphal last month in presence of Party president Amit Shah are being implemented. However, the political observers are attaching highest priority to a proposed meeting with the leaders of the IPFT where matters related to the inter-party relations will be discussed. The meeting assumes significance in view of the recent clashes between the supporters of alliance partners and IPFT threat to revive the Tipraland agitation. Meanwhile, the BJP-IPFT Co-ordination committee headed by Deputy Chief Minister Jishnu Debbarma met on Saturday decided to form co-ordination committee in sub-division level for better interaction between the leaders and workers of both the party.