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Non-political movements raising in Tripura ahead of Assembly Election : not EVMs, but Voters to decide leaders' fates
TIWN April 17, 2017
Non-political movements raising in Tripura ahead of Assembly Election : not EVMs, but Voters to decide leaders' fates
PHOTO : Election preparation on peak in Tripura. TIWN Pics

AGARTALA, April 17 (TIWN): Not Aam Admi, also not 'Mango People', but Tripura common people have emerged as a new party and raising voice all independently after it was ruled by Communist Party since 24 years. The people also experienced a bitter Jut-Era (Congress Era) in 90's era and earlier in 70's era, but resulted in clash and bloodshed that forced the common people to rely upon CPI-M as they had 'no option' at all. However, the beginning of CPI-M Era had kicked off with fresh movements but with the passage of time instead of exposing of various scams, public never felicitate the Congress Era to come back. Even Trinamool also failed to keep the attention of public forlong as the same people were ruling Congress had constituted Trinamool. In this condition, a study on public's view ahead of Assembly Election revealed that people want a better govt, less corrupted and an immediate change. Neither they care for political rallies, nor they have any fear to fight back, which resulted in total 156 cases pending against Tripura Govt at SC and more than thousands in High Court; some more to be added in the list soon.

With all these, the election battle to be tough for the ruling CPI-M, especially when the party had lost its ground at West Bengal recently.Report says that since few years with various verdicts in HC from former Chief Justice Dipak Gupta's Era, state's common people just have geared up in protest roars.

Either Anuara murder case or Bina murder case : the resentment of common people are much visible.

In Jute Mill, in Salary issues and pending wages, common people have started to raise voice against the corrupt system and in maximum cases they are successful to down the Govt. However, this change in common people, may turn heavy for the ruling party in the next Assembly Election in 2018.

 

 

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