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Nonstop Post Poll violence continues in Tripura : 3 died, more than 200 injured, property damage crossed 150
TIWN May 28, 2019
Nonstop Post Poll violence continues in Tripura : 3 died, more than 200 injured, property damage crossed 150
PHOTO : BJP's violence in Tripura.

AGARTALA / NEW DELHI, May 28 (TIWN): Amid much protests and condemnations by the oppositions there is no respite from post poll violence in Tripura. House to house attacks, party offices’ demolitions were reported across Teliamura, Majlishpur, Udaipur, South Tripura. In Mungiakami villagers were bound sit on road blocking vehicles demanding immediate stop in the violence. Till now at least three killed, more than two hundred people injured in post poll violence in Tripura. This time, at Khayerpur one 20 years old boy Suman Das was killed in a brutal mob-violence on Sunday evening. The deceased family members and his friends said, inspite of being BJP supporter, his own party friends have killed him. Already more two died in BJP’s internal clash. Three of the deceased belong to the ruling party and killed in internal clash. Across Tripura massive tensions are going on. Markets are burnt, people are being attacked from home.However, Chief Minister Biplab Deb is busy in his Delhi celebration of NDA’s victory. The BJP activists not only injured other party activists but injured own party activists. The whole violence is mainly centered in West Tripura constituency, which was however expected as a criminal-background MP has been selected there.

Most importantly. West Tripura MP Pratima Bhowmik’s right hands like MLA Ramprasad Pal are attacking the BJP supporters themselves led the Women wing supporters to come forward for protest on yesterday night against post poll violence. When across Tripura cries and screams are hovering, Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Deb has chosen to stay at Delhi and to celebrate NDA’s victory. Law Minister Ratanlal Nath has also left state with Biplab Deb. Biplab Deb is also holding the Home Ministry but the most failed Chief Minister of Tripura who has failed to control law and order after each election. The attacks started as soon as State Govt took the charge after vote result out scripting a history of Tripura-Violence.

Experts are in view that due to Biplab Deb's continuation as Party President, Tripura is undergoing violence. 

As a part of post poll celebration, the ruling BJP has continued to damage public properties till now.

At least 3 markets were burnt at South Tripura on yesterday night. The fire was set in Baikhora market which spread West Charakbari and Thakurchara area.

Across Tripura massive tensions are going on. Markets are burnt, people are being attacked from home.

Critical situations are going on in post-poll Tripura where BJP supporters are coming in open clashes since the result was declared on May 23rd. The reason of such similar fights so far power occupying issues in the party. Immediately after one Apu Das died in heart attack after BJP leaders threatened him over a financial issue, road blockade had hit Udaipur.

Then at Agartala Amtali a road blockade was organized by BJP activists demanding BJP leaders’ arrests who attacked them at Amtali party office on May 23rd. Allegedly, BJP activists attempted to occupy other BJP office, one of the groups of BJP blocked road at Amtali demanding arrest of accused persons involved in violence. On the other side, Mohila Morcha activists at Agartala were attacked on yesterday night. The whole attack was held under BJP MLA ram Prasad Pal and Mohila Morcha leaders.

The attacked activists said, “In CPI-M era were were not so much insulted but today being BJP supporters we are undergoing such situations”. One person was hospitalized in MLA Ram Prasad Pal led attack.

Nightwide massive attacks continued in Narshingarh area on yesterday as a part of BJP’s Election victory celebration.

Bikers left many houses vandalized, threw petrol bombs in houses.  Till now across Tripura over hundreds of people were hospitalized.

 
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