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Congress to stage Civil Disobedience Movement on November 17: Congress campaign in progress
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Congress to stage Civil Disobedience Movement on November 17: Congress campaign in progress
PHOTO : Sudip Roy Burman interacting with media persons at Congress Bhavan. TIWN Pic Nov 13

Agartala, November 13 (TIWN): Tripura Pradesh Congress staged strong campaigns across the state to strengthen the Civil Disobedience Movement on November 17th. As part of this, various meetings protest, meetings and campaigns are on top gear.

Speaking to TIWN, Working President of Tripura Pradesh Congress, Asish Saha told that, the President of TPCC, Diba Chandra Hwrangkhal had conducted meeting at Langtarai valley, Unakoti, Dharmanagar, Pabiacherra. Other than that, he had also attended a protest meeting at Ratacherra.

Beside, CLP leader had also conducted meeting at Teliamura, Kalyanpur, Sabroom, and Santirbazar, Belonia, Rajnagar, Udaipur.

On Thursday, Congress Sewa Dal had also conducted meeting at Boxanagar of Sonamura, In Kulai, the campaign was headed by District Secretary Manoj DEB. However, President of Youth Congress will conduct campaign at G.B and Nandannagar area.

It is to be mentioned here that, the Tripura Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) demanded immediate resignation of Tripura chief minister Manik Sarkar from his home portfolio as he allegedly failed to protect the lives and properties of the women of the state and also regarding the scams in the state. Speaking tithe media persons at Congress Bhawan, few days ago working president of TPCC and MLA Asish Saha lashed out at the state government for wrong policies and mis-governance, stating that CPIM government has completely failed to check rise in prices of essential commodities. At present from minister to CPIM party workers remain deep necked in corruption, claimed. As part of state wide agitation, Tripura Pradesh Congress Committee (TPCC) will also conduct a Civil Disobedience Movement on November 17 at Agartala on different ongoing issues like corruption, Tata Kalibari incident, Saha said.

He criticized the CPIM 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.

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