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Biplab Deb’s JUMLA Govt lost mass support, turned Tripura’s most brutal regime : 1 month gone after Jirania Police firing incident, No action against Police Brutality yet
TIWN Feb 8, 2019
Biplab Deb’s JUMLA Govt lost mass support, turned Tripura’s most brutal regime : 1 month gone after Jirania Police firing incident, No action against Police Brutality yet
PHOTO : Police firing injured 6 students in Tripura. TIWN Pic Jan 8, 2019

AGARTALA, Feb 8 (TIWN): JUMLA Era’s 11 months caused mass sufferings, endless brutality, even shooting innocent youths in Madhabbari under the order of SP Ajit Pratap Singh.Even though one month has been completed after Jirania Madhabbari’s massive police firing, but so far no action against police brutality has been taken. On the other side, a massive protest rally has been organized against Citizenship Amendment Bill 2016 in Tripura again by Royal scion Pradyot Manikya. Except BJP, all the political parties have opposed Citizenship Bill.Chief Minister Biplab Deb led Home Dept today was exposed after footage revealed Jirania violence of January 9, 2019 was instigated by Tripura Police led by SP West Ajit Pratap Singh and other high officials of the police headquarter.

 Earlier, BJP-IPFT Govt had blamed CPI-M and INPT and against indigenous supporting regional parties and student organization INPT and TSF, Tripura Police had registered cases against 500 Tiprasa youths in Ranir Bazar and Jirania police stations, who are members of INPT and TSF in Jirania’s Madhabbari police firing incident.

 'Against TSF Secretary Bishu Debbarma, President Upendra Debbarma, leader Sunil Debbarma and around 500 TSF students the case was registered. Case No-4/19 under IPC 148/149 / 333/ 153/ 307/ 436 427 is under investigation'.But till now, which police officials were involved in this firing on students, no clarification yet has come in this regard.

NESO, IPFT Tipraha calling press conference has condemned the whole episode and almost all pollical parties have condemned the overall incident including looting of shops, setting fire on houses whereas police firing was on the top list of condemnation. There was also a charge additionally imposed National Highway Act & Arms Act 27.

Earlier, on January 19, with a major blow to Chief Minister Biplab Deb’s visit to Dasarambari and Madhabbari, locals didn’t accepted him and his team to step inside the area of Dasharam Bari where the actual incident of Police led brutal violence took place on January 8.

During Chief Minister’s visit, angry locals had covered King Bir Bikram Manikya’s face with black colour cloth displaying their anger on police firing and attack on the statue, vandalized statue of the King. However later in front of CM the cover was opened by his people amid huge security. On January 8, under Home Ministry which is also holding by Chief Minister Biplab Deb during NESO led protest against Modi Govt’s controversial Citizenship Bill, brutal firing of Tripura Police injured 6 Tiprasa youths fueled by shops and houses burning of various tribals, non-tribals in that area by BJP activists. When the injured people were being taken to hospital police further attacked the ambulance forced the ambulance to escape from police attack and reached at CRPF camp and later the CRPF force under protection shifted the patients in hospital. On that night immediately various political leaders visited GB hospital but it took 12 days for Chief Minister Biplab Deb to visit GB hospital and Madhabari as he was afraid of mass anger after wrongdoings by Tripura Police, Home Dept and BJP activists. Till day, Govt didn’t allow Judicial investigation in Madhabpur violence and finally when he visited there, people boycotted him.

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