Tripura east: Multi-cornered fight on cards, but CPM looks to retain seat
By Indianexpress 20-Apr-2019
The decision was preceded by complaints by opposition parties, the CPM and the Congress, who accused workers of the ruling BJP of political violence, rigging and restraining of voters during polling for Tripura West on April 11. The EC also ordered the transfer of Additional DGP (Law and Order) Rajiv Singh. The CPM and Congress have said the EC’s decisions had vindicated their stand.
“The opposition knows they will lose miserably. We are ready whenever they want polls to be held. They are talking about rigging and violence, but in the run-up to polls, the four cases of violence that were registered were complaints by BJP workers that they were beaten up. They beat up our people and are now putting chicken heads on gates to scare people. When you know you will lose, you will try everything,” Ratan Lal Nath, senior minister in the BJP government in Tripura, told over the phone.
क्या लोकसभा चुनाव 2019 में नेता विकास के मुद्दों की जगह आरोप-प्रत्यारोप की राजनीति कर रहे हैं ??
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