- The Political parties of Tripura are all set for giving a kick-start to the election campaign
- The ruling CPM party is going to campaign against BJP-RSS
- The BJP and RSS combine is trying to play divisive politics, says CPM
Tripura is amongst the states that are going for the Legislative Assembly Elections next year. The Political parties have opened fronts to counter the rivals. The CPM has also announced that they will campaign against the divisive BJP-RSS.
BJP-RSS making attempts to polarise the situation
Bhartiya Janta Party is one of the political parties that are trying hard to make grounds in Tripura ahead of Assembly Elections. For this, the party is countering the ruling party’s failed attempts to bring peace in the state.
In a counter to this, the Communist Party has announced to campaign against the Bhartiya Janta Party and its counterpart Rashtriya Swayam Sewa Sangh.
The CPM, which is the current ruling dispensation in Tripura, has also organized a convention regarding the issue on December 28.
The meeting will be addressed by Tripura Chief Minister Manik Sarkar.
CPM state secretary Surjya Kanta Mishra said in a statement, “Assembly election in Tripura will be held soon. The BJP and RSS combine is trying to play divisive politics there and making attempts to polarise the situation. Our state unit in Tripura has been putting up a resistance. In every Assembly election in Tripura, we have always expressed our support to our party’s unit there. This time, we will play a constructive role in creating mass awareness against such divisive politics.”
According to state party leaders, the CPM will also start its campaign for next year’s state panchayat polls through the December 28 convention.
“It is the need of the hour to aware people about the divisive and communal politics pursued by BJP and RSS across the country. With the help of ruling Trinamool Congress in West Bengal, BJP and Sangh Parivar outfits have made inroads. The people of Bengal will have to fight against these forces and we will reach out to them through our campaigns,” said a senior CPM leader.