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Sudip Roy Barman criticizes BJP’s alleged use of religion for political gain

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BY TC News Desk

Agartala, December 16: In a charged organizational meeting of the Congress department held on Saturday at Agartala Students’ Health Home, MLA Sudip Roy Barman accused the ruling party of sowing seeds of anarchy and fostering division among the people. He asserted that the ruling group’s tactics involve using religion as a divisive tool to secure and maintain power, highlighting a departure from constitutional principles and a disregard for the public’s trust.

The organizational meeting, attended by Pradesh Congress president Ashish Kumar Saha, MLA Sudip Roy Barman, and minority leadership, served as a platform for discussions in anticipation of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. Sudip Roy Barman, while addressing the gathering, launched a scathing critique of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), alleging that the ruling party’s primary focus is on vote politics.

Expressing his concerns, Barman stated that the ruling party’s pursuit of power involves institutionalizing practices such as “booty trade.” He accused the BJP of deviating from constitutional values and engaging in divisive tactics based on religious lines to further their political agenda. The Congress MLA emphasized the need for upholding constitutional principles and respecting the public’s trust in order to ensure a united and democratic society.

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