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CPIM Vows Unified Opposition in Lok Sabha Elections to Remove BJP


BY TC News Desk

Agartala, February 24: In a resolute stance against what they perceive as the erosion of democracy over the past six years, the Communist Party of India (Marxist), or CPIM, has pledged to consolidate opposition forces in the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. This declaration was made by CPIM State Committee Secretary, Jitendra Chowdhury, during a public gathering convened by the CPIM sub-committee in Shantir Bazar, Kamalpur Sub-Division, on Saturday.

Addressing the assembled crowd, Chowdhury emphasized the imperative of preventing the fragmentation of opposition votes within the state, asserting that concerted efforts must be undertaken to oust the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) from national governance.

The public event, which also featured a protest march denouncing rising prices, unemployment, and drug addiction, served as a platform for Chowdhury to castigate the ruling government. He lambasted the alleged collusion between the principal opposition party in the state, Tipra Matha, and the BJP, accusing Tipra Matha leaders of frequenting Delhi, Guwahati, and Shillong to curry favor with the ruling dispensation.

Furthermore, Chowdhury decried what he perceived as the government’s disregard for the rule of law, citing instances of opposition party offices being demolished upon the incumbent party’s ascent to power. He juxtaposed this with allegations that despite claims to the contrary, BJP-affiliated structures remained untouched, sparking questions about the impartiality of law enforcement.

Chowdhury’s rhetoric also delved into the socioeconomic challenges facing the populace, particularly the issue of unemployment. He accused the government of deceiving the public and exacerbating the plight of the jobless through false promises and misappropriation of funds.

Calling upon disillusioned BJP members to join forces against perceived injustices, Chowdhury rallied support for a unified opposition front. Among those in attendance at the gathering were CPIM leaders Sudhan Das, Anjan Das, and other prominent figures.

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