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Ruling & opposition workers, supporters attacked in last 24 hours


By TC News Desk

Agartala, March 03, 2023: After the announcement of election results in 60 assembly constituencies on Thursday last, around 20 incidents of violence, clashes and attacks on ruling and opposition parties’ workers and their houses were reported in last 24 hours.

Unknown miscreants attacked Kiran Bhakta’s house in Kanaibari area of Charilam under Bishalgarh police station. He was attacked for supporting opposition party. Alleged CPIM and Congress parties’ workers have attacked a BJP worker’s house at Aralia of Uttar Charilam area. All the family members were alleged to have spent their night in jungle due to the terror activities of CPIM and Congress-led workers, said ruling party worker’s daughter Purnita Sarkar (name changed).

Another BJP worker Raju Saha in booth number 17 of Aralia in Uttar Charilam was alleged to have been beaten up by the hooligans of CPIM and Congress parties for the sin of becoming the polling agent of saffron party’s candidate in Charilam assembly constituency. Even, his family members were alleged to have been beaten up by those goons.

Not only this, CPIM and Congress-backed hooligans have also attacked on nine houses including Upa-Pradhan Rehana Begam for supporting BJP at Aralia gram panchayat in Charilam. The attackers of around 150 workers led by Jakir Mia holding ‘dao’, rod, bamboo sticks, etc. We will lodge complaint with local police station. Moreover, miscreants attacked Aktar Hossain at Aralia Gram Panchayat in Charilam.

A BJP worker Kartik Debnath’s wife alleged that the CPIM and Congress workers have violently attacked her husband with sharp-cutting weapon. Thereafter, the workers arrived in front of his house at Nabinnagar in Bishalgarh and pelted stones damaging two of their vehicles. At present, Kartik is undergoing treatment at GBP hospital and likely to be referred outside the state.

Some miscreants vandalized the office of the Tripura Sammanay Karmachari Samiti, adjacent to the old motor stand in Dharmanagar town. As a result, the furniture in the office of the office was ransacked. Miscreants ransacked the central office of Tripura Motor Sramik Union adjacent to Motor Stand in the capital city taking advantage of darkness on Thursday night.

In Santirbazar assembly constituency, miscreants set fire to the house of Left Front supporter Gautam Datta in Gardhang area.In Kamalpur assembly constituency, Opposition party workers’ houses burnt into ashes.In Khayerpur assembly constituency, CPIM worker Sankar Debnath’s house was burnt at Mekhlipara. Apart from this, alleged BJP workers have attacked the house of Rehala Begam at Dhupcherra area, looted cash and gold ornaments. It is learned that Rehala will file a case against the alleged ruling party workers with Ranirbazar police station.

In Barjala assembly constituency, CPIM workers entered the houses of BJP supporters and assaulted them physically. Later, they were shifted to GBP Hospital for treatment. Chief Minister Prof Dr Manik Saha met with them and their families. He ordered to arrest all the accused persons behind this attack.

In Bamutia assembly constituency, miscreants attacked the house of Babul Ghosh at Madhyapara area and hurled bombs.

Miscreants of the CPIM ransacked the BJP office at Kanchanmala Bazar in Golaghati on Friday. Hearing this, BJP workers rushed to the spot. The miscreants escaped, but one failed as he was booked by the locals. The booked offender is Narottam Baishya of Jharjharia Kele Choumuhani area under Suryamaninagar assembly constituency. BJP filed a case with Amtali police station and demanded arrest of the accused persons.

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