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Cracks developed further in ruling IPFT, BJP alliance, IPFT complains to EC against BJP's JUMLA-Politics, demands re-conducting nomination submission process
TIWN Sep 13, 2018
Cracks developed further in ruling IPFT, BJP alliance, IPFT complains to EC against BJP's JUMLA-Politics, demands re-conducting nomination submission process
PHOTO : IPFT placed deputation to Election Commission, Photo inset : Sunil Deodhar with IPFT President and BJP President after poll victory (File Photo)

AGARTALA, Sep 13 (TIWN): Shocked IPFT with its ally BJP and its violent JUMLA Politics which didn't even leave IPFT from its brutal attack, IPFT has placed a deputation to the State Election Commission, demanded re-conducting of whole nomination paper submission process. IPFT leaders said, maximum their candidates who wanted to submit nominations could not submit on Sep 11, i.e. the last date of submitting nominations as BJP not only blocked IPFT activists but massively beaten them, burnt their vehicle. Placing the deputation, IPFT leader Mangal Debbarma said, "Due to the ongoing exercise of poll-violence, our most of candidates couldn't submit nominations. Boxonagar, Dura Chowmuhani, Jubarajnagar in all areas massive violence was sponsored. Police's failure to control the situation and safeguard the IPFT activists was another major reason behind it". Apart from IPFT, CPI-M, Congress also demanded re-conducting of nomination filling procedure. IPFT President cum Minister N C Debbarma also expressed "deep shocks" over the ongoing unruliness, violence sponsored by its ally BJP centering the election. Being asked by media, NC Debbarma said, "It's fully clear and also proven which party is sponsoring the violence across state. There is nothing to hide, but this ongoing situation is not acceptable according to democracy".

"Right now Tripura is undergoing by-election procedures. On yesterday, it was the last date of submitting nominations. Naturally maximum candidates from various parties attempted to submit nominations.But unfortunately in various blocks centering the submission of nominations violence, attacks were instigated, clashes were erupted and law and order came under heavy challenges", Debbarma said.

IPFT leader Managal Debbarma said that it's shocked, hurt with BJP's "behaviour" and "tortures".

After 6 months of Govt formation following various clashes among both the allies, IPFT spokesman Mangal Debbarma has announced this before media on Wednesday.

IPFT also declared, if one MP seat is not given to IPFT then, they (IPFT) will battle the Lok Sabha Election all alone !

"We never expected such behaviours from BJP. We thought it will be a friendly battle. BJP's internal decision we don't know but the outcomes are so violent against us. We were only giving candidates in few seats, but for that also our supporters are massively beaten, which shows where democracy is standing today". 

"BJP will go it's path we will go in our path. We got a new lesson from the so called BJP friends".

"We have received enough lessons from various attacks and tortures of BJP and in next time we'll plan our steps from that lesson", Debbarma told media. 

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