BY TC News Desk
Agartala: February 27. The two-day-long peace meeting has started today across the state. Ahead of the counting of votes that will be held on March 02, the Office of the Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) has decided to hold a peace meeting in 3,336 booths of 60 assembly constituencies of the state which started today and would continue till tomorrow.
As part of this, a peace meeting was held with representatives and candidates of all political parties at the community hall at the Rasta Matha in Gokulnagar road.
Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Kiran Gitte presided over the meeting. Among the administrative officials, Bishalgarh Sub-Divisional Magistrate Binay Bhushan Das, Police Administration Officer was also present.
The meeting was attended by BJP candidate Antara Deb Sarkar, CPIM candidate Hiranmoy Narayan Debnath and others were present.
Speaking on this day, CEO Kiran Gitte said that everyone needs to respect the result that will be held on March 2 as the verdict of the people.
“Any kind of violent incident will have an impact on the people of the state. A wrong message will be sent to the whole country about Tripura. Tripura has a great influence on the integration of people, culture and language between the whole country and the world”, he said.
He also said that care should be taken to avoid any injuries. GItte said that the CBSE exam has already started and everyone should take responsibility to ensure that there is no impact on the candidates and peace and tranquility should prevail in each and every area. In the Unakoti district, a meeting was organized with the representatives of each political party and the officials of each club in the district at the circuit house of Kailashahar by the initiative of the District Police Department.
While speaking at the event, the administrative officials said that the counting will be done in the two centers which are RKI School in Kailashahar and Pabiacherra School in Kumarghat. They also appealed to everyone to maintain peace and harmony.
On the other hand, a peace meeting was held by flying pigeons in the Chawmanu market. However, administratively, even though the all-party meeting has been held by the police administration from time to time, the administration is not opening its mouth about how much the situation is under control.