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BJP joining spree worries opposition, the CM leading from the front

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Agartala, Oct 4: When the opposition Communist Party of India – Marxist is putting a no hold barred attempt to regain its lost ground and the Trinamool Congress is aggressive to expand its footprints in the North East with Tripura as the epicentre, Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb takes the lead to foil the attempts made by opposition political tactics of opposition parties.

This is a well-accepted fact that the Tripura CM is the strongest political figure in the state in recent times, Deb is toiling round the clock to strengthen the party in every nook and corner of the state. His successful bids are welcomed by people and thousands have changed ship in his presence in the last twenty days.
If BJP sources are to be believed, the whole party machinery has been tasked to garner more support for the party. “We have been told to pursue more people towards our ideology. From party top brass to the booth level, the entire BJP functionary is on the job to convince people about the development agenda of our party. The way it is planned, the Chief Minister will address the people of all the constituencies by attending public meetings at each of the assembly segments. The party eagerly wants to kill the space that opposition parties want to explore,” said a senior party leader.

Deb has started his political rallies from the second week of September that came as a big shocker for all the opposition parties. On September 12, he welcomed 3,651 voters from different opposition parties to strengthen support base in Sabroom which came as a massive blow for the opposition CPI(M). “The CPI(M) was trying to flourish in South Tripura but CM’s one visit destabilized their programmes. Similarly in Rajnagar, he took the opposition by surprise by snatching more than 2000 voters. In Kamalasagar that is still under the clutches of CPI (M), the BJP gained a considerable figure after his visit. In Kailashahar, Fatikroy and Barjala, he ensured that BJP strength gain substantially,” a party top brass said, adding that the total figure of new entrants have crossed ten thousand people already and if this trend continues, the BJP would soon become an indomitable power ahead of the crucial elections. Although the sudden arrival of the festive season has faded the political enthusiasm, the BJP top rank and file has taken the decision to resume the regular joining programmes after the festivities end.

“In constituencies where we have our MLAs, we shall put forth rigorous work to enlarge the winning margin. In areas where our opposition parties have won by minor margin, we shall invest more time to clear the seat for us. Though this is not officially declared yet, the party has set a target of sixty out of sixty seats in the next elections. It may sound odd, but the force of Pristha Pramukhs (Page in-charges) has been already activated to woo voters,” said the party source.

Sources in the party also said lots of olive branches are being extended across the state where dissidence is rearing its head. “We are working with a comprehensive plan. The plan to see all equally, some party workers may have developed some distance from the party for unavoidable circumstances but they will also be treated equally,” the source added.

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CPIM veteran Bijan Dhar passes away  

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Agartala: Tripura Left Front convenor Bijan Dhar breathed his last morning at a private hospital in Kolkata on Monday.

Dhar, was airlifted to Kolkata after his health deteriorated while undergoing treatment at GB hospital in Agartala.

Earlier, CPIM state secretary Gautam Das succumbed to COVID-19 after fighting for almost a month.

Dhar was the former CPIM state secretary and was appointed as Left Front convenor after the 2018 assembly election defeat.

Dhar was on ventilation for almost two weeks and his health condition was stable. However, in the last 48 hours his health condition deteriorated and he breathed his last in the wee hours on Monday.

The CPIM leaders are preparing to bring his mortal remains to Agartala by an evening fight later today.

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