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BJP to bring alternative policy for CPI (M) in TTAADC election
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 BJP to bring alternative policy for CPI (M) in TTAADC election
PHOTO : BJP state unit holds press meet at party office. TIWN Pic March 24

AGARTALA, March 25 (TIWN): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Tripura alone can only bring an alternative to the CPI (M) led State Government. 22-year misrule of CPI (M) led state government has resulted in the state being labeled the least developed state in the country. Corruption has mushroomed in every sphere, said spokesperson of Bharatiya Janata Party state unit Arun Kanti Bhowmik. BJP spokesman said that “BJP will win the upcoming Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC) election in Tripura and party already launched a strong movement against the CPI (M) and discarding the politics of Congress”, and BJP will try to win all the 28 seats in the upcoming Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC) election here in the state, he added. BJP plans to uproot the Left Front from its last bastion Tripura by the year 2018. "Communism has been wiped out from the countries where it was born and in India also the party tried to spread wings but could not expand except Kerala, West Bengal and Tripura and managed to get few MLA or MP seats.

He further said that the party has divided the 28 seats of Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC) in 7 zones and the party leaders are conducting door to door campaign in all the 7 zones.

"The people of Bengal, though little late but realized and hence, they put them down from power," said Bhowmik. Adding to that he claimed that people of the state are now coming forward to strengthen the movement of the BJP against the CPI (M) because the block level corruption and scams here in the state under the regime of the left front govt. has already bittered the common mass of the state, he claimed.

After the recent scams of the CPI (M) led state government came to limelight the party is losing its popularity among the tribal people of the state. As a result, around 10 thousand CPI (M) leaders and workers have recently parted ways from the party, Bhowmik added.

The CPI (M) had “lost its relevance” as most of its leaders had moved away from the party’s core ideological moorings, he said. This drift had created disgruntlement among its committed workers.

He criticized the CPI (M) led state government over issues of spurious-drug, atrocities against women, corruption, malfunctioning of PDS, chit fund, deterioration of law and order, underdevelopment of tribal people and deprivation of employees during the agitation. 

However,  it is mentionable here that recently the INPT has brought a proposal of alliance with the BJP and on the other a section of congress leaders along with the MLAs are making their way out to join the BJP ahead of the Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC) poll.

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