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CPIM protests against misuse of administration during Nadda’s visit, writes to CEO

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By TC News Desk

Agartala: January 13. The opposition CPIM on Friday has written a letter to the Tripura Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Kiran Gitte informing him about how the government has misused the administration for political purpose and grossly diluted the status of administration with that of political party.

Furnishing about the tout program of JP Nadda, CPIM state committee secretary Jitendra Choudhury said, “I don’t like to make any comment on providing security cover to Mr. Nadda that he is entitled to as laid down by the MHA. However, security coverage to the political leaders should be decided after scrupulously considering the threat perception against concerned leader”.

He said that the point he like to raise here is, at the moment, the state is waiting for announcement of Assembly election, this is most unusual that a national leader of the ruling party visiting the state purely on party propaganda has been declared ‘State Guest’ by the government and several officers have been deputed to provide him minute to minute services.

“This is rampant misuse of administration for political purpose and grossly diluted the status of administration with that of political party. I protest against such unusual and unethical hospitality extended by the government to a political leader only because he holds highest post of the ruling party”, the letter reads.

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