Tripura Assembly Polls: CPM holds a series of Rallies ahead of Elections
- The Communist party holds a series of rallies in the poll-bound Tripura
- These rallies are conducted ahead of Tripura Polls
- In the rally, leftist party counters BJP for using divisive tactics
Tripura experienced a series of Rallies conducted by the left winger Communist Party of Tripura. These rallies were conducted ahead of Assembly election in the state. During this, the leaders of the party countered BJP.
BJP using divisive tactics-CPM
The Communist party of Tripura has recently conducted a series of rallies in the state ahead of Assembly Elections in the state. During this, the left wing party countered Bhartiya Janta Party and quoted that it is using divisive tactics in the state.
Accusing Opposition leaders of disrupting peace in the state, MP Jitendra Chaudhury said there was a “concerted effort” to create ethnic and communal discord.
Adding to this, Chaudhury said, “Efforts are on to incite ethnic strife ahead of the elections”.
While addressing a rally at Manubazaar in South Tripura district, Chaudhury urged the people to stay cautious of divisive tactics of the BJP.
MP Jharna Das Baidya, who recently controlled media criticism after her controversial comments of political backlash on Opposition supporters after polls, also addressed the rally on Sunday.
A rally was held at Gandhigram, where MLA Haricharan Sarkar urged party supporters to stay cautious of incitements from Opposition parties.
“The BJP has been in power for over three years now but they failed to fulfill aspirations of the people,” Haricharan said.
Apart these rallies, a youth rally was also organised by the RSS and BJP and Chief Mohan Bhagwat addressed the rally at Bishalgarh, 25km from Agartala.
Addressing supporters at Vivekananda Maidan here in the afternoon, Bhagwat said weakness is the root cause of the Hindus’ peril.
He urged the Hindus to get organized and obtain training at RSS units as “they were only places where youths can prepare themselves for nation-building and self-development”.
Adding on to this, Mohan Bhagwat also said, ” Dharma (religion) shall be established in this country. We have to work together at this favorable time”.
He said in what could be seen as an oblique reference to the BJP-led government at the Centre. The tortured Hindus from across the world should come to India and get asylum, he added.
RSS Chief Mohan Bhagwat was on his visit to Tripura to review the organizational work in the state and one of the reasons for his visit can be the Election that is scheduled for 2018.
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