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AIDWA demands strict action against accused persons involved in women atrocities


By TC News Desk

Agartala, November 30, 2022: All India Democratic Women’s Association (AIDWA) state unit on Wednesday held a protest procession following the rising crimes against women and demanded exemplary punishment of the accused persons after arresting without any further delay.

Speaking to media persons here in city, former MP and AIDWA state leader Jharna Das Paul Baidya said “The coalition government formed in 2018 led by the Chief Minister and his council of ministers, it is found that in the name of ‘Sushasan’ and ‘Unnayan’, the ruling party and government have created a nuisance in the lives of common people. Where is good governance and development we the people of the state cannot see it.”

“Every day, abominable incidents are taking place on the girls and women across the state. Starting from a girl child to 62 years old woman, they are being assaulted, molested and raped on the hands of BJP-backed miscreants, alleged Jharna adding that the AIDWA cannot accept this at all.

She also said “Ahead of assembly election in 2023, political campaigns are conducted by the ruling BJP and dozens of leaders and ministers are visiting the state. They claim that Tripura will bag the first position in terms of good governance and development. If these are the first position, then the brandishing of the miscreants will increase more and this will be the significant instance of good governance where women won’t be able to step out from their house.”

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