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After insulting Governor, major jolt hits CPI-M: Before Election date announcement, Union Home Ministry Team led by Secretary Rajiv Gauba to investigate Tripura's law and order situation
TIWN Jan 6, 2018
After insulting Governor, major jolt hits CPI-M: Before Election date announcement, Union Home Ministry Team led by Secretary Rajiv Gauba to investigate Tripura's law and order situation
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AGARTALA, Jan 6 (TIWN): With a major jolt for CPI-M in Tripura, it has been announced by the state BJP that Union Home Ministry's team is arriving in Tripura soon after continuous allegations are raising against police's failure to bring controls on the law and order issues of state Tripura. In a press conference BJP State President has announced about it. Addressing a press meet, Biplab Deb said, "Deteriorating law and order of Tripura has resulted in its worst form when Governor of the state was insulted by CPI-M recently. On January 4, there was a long talk with Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh. Rajnath Singh being concerned has immediately asked Home Secretary (Rajiv Gauba) for the report of Tripura's law and order condition". "BJP believes that the way the way Union Home Minister has expressed his worries there will be certain action", said Biplab Deb.

"He also expressed concerned on Chief Minister's unconstitutional interference with Governor's order", added Biplab Deb.

The issue was raised after BJP MP Prahlad Singh Patel had successfully raised Tripura's increasing cadre-led murder incidents in the Parliament for long 15 minutes and how Congress was supporting CPI-M when Congress's activists were also murdered here.

The Parliament issue was noted down and following the constitution, Central Home Ministry's team will visit in Tripura.

Noteworthy, addressing Lok Sabha speaker Sumitra Mahajan, Patel said, "Always we talk about Tribal and Dalit people's right but in Tripura the living condition of the tribal people are just horrific. The girls there, have been victimized with rapes and murders and without post- mortem their parents are forced to complete the funerals". With Tripura's name raised, uproars had hit the parliament but Patel kept on saying, "With few such families I have met. One is Priyanka Reang, was a resident of Belonia, second was Supriya Mog was also from Belonia and the third one was Payel Murasing. Priyanka Reang was staying with her sister. At night she went outside after her friend called her and on the next day his parents came to know that she died in an accident. Later it was known from her friend that she went with a young boy but without post-mortem her funeral was given".

"Second case is of Supriya Mog, who was residing in a hostel. I will not mention about the hostel owner's name but when her uncle went to bring her, he was refused to meet her and in the next morning her body was found hanging. Same, no post-mortem was done and later her family was forced to burn her body", said Patel. Next is Payel Murasing, a daughter of poor farmer. Recently they joined in BJP and after joining programme when she was returning home, was raped and murdered and the accused is a CPI-M cadre. He admitted that he killed her. Police arrested him but no witness was taken", added Patel.

"These are the three issues I have mentioned but nobody was punished as all of the accused in those murders were CPI-M cadres", said Patel.

The MP also raised BSF officer Dipak Mandal's murder and hit Congress for their silent role.

"In Tripura Congress MLAs were also murdered but if the lawless condition goes like this and without post-mortem the bodies are burnt, where we are heading towards ?", Patel told speaker. 

 

However, the parliamentary team's visit and Patel's successful presentation of Tripura's murders may cause heavy losses for CPI-M as it may affect the election date also. 

 
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