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BJP’s blame-game Politics after 4 months rule : Ruling BJP accuses CPI-M behind ‘violence’ : Supreme Court says, ‘It’s duty of State Govts to maintain Rule of Law’
BJP’s blame-game Politics after 4 months rule : Ruling BJP accuses CPI-M behind ‘violence’ : Supreme Court says, ‘It’s duty of State Govts to maintain Rule of Law’
AGARTALA, July 17 (TIWN): Mob-lynching shocked state Tripura is undergoing a restless situation with various baseless rumours are on air amid state govt’s failure to set a ‘Rule of Law’ even after four months of passage, but the ruling BJP are busy to blame its opposition parties instead accepting Home Dept’s failure in maintain Law and Order. Instead of decreasing, the crimes have been further spiked up in Tripura with constant incidents of rapes, murders are horrifying the state everyday. On Tuesday afternoon, ruling BJP has come in massive protest across the state’s Districts voicing against CPI-M led alleged violence. The main allegation against CPI-M was the party is damaging the Law and Order of the state to stop the developmental works of the BJP-IPFT Govt, whereas it has been reported time to time how both the ruling BJP & IPFT themselves are busy in infightings leading violence. Rallies were conducted allover the state on Tuesday voicing against the deteriorated law and order of the state, where they dumped all the blames upon CPI-M.On the other side, the Supreme Court on Tuesday condemned mob lynching incidents across the country and urged Parliament to enact a law to deal with the crime that threatens rule of law and the country's social fabric. SC has also asked the Centre to file a compliance report on its directions within August 20.
Govt of  Tripura
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