Tripura Municipal Elections: Left Front Way Ahead in Campaign

CAMPAIGN for the municipal elections in Tripura has been going on in full swing. The Left Front is clearly ahead of other parties. The polling will be held for 19 out of 20 urban local bodies. In Jirania Nagar Panchayat of West Tripura district, the Left Front candidates won unopposed as neither the Congress nor the BJP could field candidates in any of the 11 wards. In Amarpur Nagar Panchayat too, Left Front won six of the 11 wards unopposed. In Khowai Municipal Council, CPI(M) candidates won uncontested in two wards.

Enthusiastic Women’s Rally Calls for a Huge Victory of Left Front in Municipal Elections

EXPOSE the ugly face of both Congress and BJP in the ensuing municipal elections. Ensure victory of the Left Front in these elections for the overall development of Tripura. Chief minister Manik Sarkar said in a huge rally of women in Agartala on November 19 at the call of AIDWA Tripura state committee.

The meeting in front of the local Rabindra Shatavarshiki Bhavan was the biggest women’s rally in the recent times. Women from all the 49 wards of the Agartala municipal corporation joined the meeting shouting slogans wearing red caps, holding high red flags.

Tripura Rajya Upajati Ganamukti Parishad Holds Convention

IN the face of attacks unleashed by the Modi government, the CPl(M) and the Left champions the rights of the tribal masses, said CPI(M) Polit Bureau member Brinda Karat in the one day special organisational convention of the GMP held in Agartala. The convention attended by more than 1000 delegates from all over the state was also addressed by CPI(M) Tripura state secretary Bijan Dhar and CPI(M) Central Committee member and GMP vice president Aghor Debbarma.

TRIPURA: CPI(M) Wins Bye-elections With Higher Percentage of Votes

IN keeping with the expectations of the people, CPI(M) retained its hold in the bye-elections to the Pratapgarh and Surma assembly segments, by a huge margin. Both these SC reserved seats had fallen vacant because of the untimely demise of the CPI(M) MLAs, Comrade Anil Sarkar and Comrade Sudhir Das. During the campaign itself, it had become clear that the CPI(M) was poised for victory. The polling on June 27 was absolutely peaceful and recorded a high voter turnout.

AFSPA Withdrawn From Tripura

THE government of Tripura has decided to withdraw the section 3 of AFSPA from the state. This decision was taken in the meeting of the state cabinet held on May 27. Chief minister Manik Sarkar made this announcement at a press conference at the civil secretariat. Prior to this decision, the act was in force in the 24 police station areas and in parts of six police station areas. In view of the severe extremist problem the section 3 of the act was brought into force in the state on February 16, 1997 and was operational in two-thirds of the police stations of the state.

TRIPURA: Left Front Sweeps ADC Polls For the Third Consecutive Term

IN keeping with the expectations, the Left Front recorded a resounding victory in the 7th general elections of the Tripura Tribal Area Autonomous District Council. In the results declared on May 6, Left Front candidates emerged victorious in all the 28 seats reaffirming its continuation in office for the third consecutive term. Left Front secured a decisive 54.29 per cent of the total votes polled leaving behind all the other opposition parties. Out of the 28 seats, CPI(M) won in 25 seats while CPI, AIFB and RSP won one seat each.

TTAADC Election: Left Front Set for another Victory

THE election to the Tripura Tribal Area Autonomous District Council (TTADC) is scheduled to be held on May 3. While declaring the poll schedule on March 31, State Election Commissioner S K Rakesh informed that the central government has been requested to dispatch 40 companies of security forces for smooth, free and fair conduct of election. This is for the first time, polling will be held with EVMs. The counting of votes is on May 6.


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