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TMC in Tripura: Should BJP be concerned about its power?

Guwahati: Tripura has made a stir in the headlines for the past few months. Notably, Tripura headlines were either associated with the ruling party or the new party showing its impacts, TMC.

TMC has fixed plans to set its impression upon the northeastern states starting with Tripura and initially moving ahead with Meghalaya and Assam. Recent reports highlighted the impact of TMC in Tripura. 

The frequent visit of TMC national leaders in Tripura seems to indicate their plan in the execution process. Can it be said that there is a serious indication for the ruling party and its leaders in Tripura?

Recently, just before the municipal elections in Tripura, All India Trinamool Congress (AITC) general secretary Abhishek Banerjee claimed his party would form the Government in Tripura in the 2023 state assembly elections.

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He said his party follows West Bengal’s ‘good governance’ model to deliver growth results to the Northeastern state. Will the people of the state consider such promises as reliable for the formation of the upcoming term?

Should the BJP government in the state be bothered about their possible shortcomings in Tripura? 

Ashish Das, a BJP legislator from Tripura, and Rajib Banerjee, a national body member of BJP, joined TMC. Abhishek Banerjee welcomed them with his party’s flag on- stage.

He also stated that Mamata Banerjee would visit Tripura in December and address the public. 

Mamata’s plan to visit Tripura in December also indicates that they are not into the municipal elections in Tripura. They are planing for something big and long-term. 

Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb recently directed the state police chief VS Yadav to review the cases filed under the Unlawful Activities (Prevention) Act against journalists and lawyers.

The right to press activities in Tripura has been under threat. Individuals pointing out the truth and actuality regarding the state’s violence, drawbacks, and misleads were directed to be held under bars. However, the ruling government still needs to work harder to hide the reality.

The leaders of the ruling party in Tripura have frequently attacked oppositions with their criticism and drawbacks. However, presently it seems like the ruling party is facing some reflections on them with the actions and words of TMC in Tripura.

Tripura will hold its next assembly elections in the year 2023. Now, it raises a concern for the ruling government to reconsider their possibility of winning. 

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