21 - 11 - 2017

Nagpur to rein in state BJP leadership

AGARTALA, Nov 3, 2017 (TVN): In coming days to strengthen the organization and make it more disciplined RSS is going for overhaul bid  soon. As part of it, various organizations of RSS  in the state will be strengthened by imparting training  to  its members based on RSS ideology. To monitor the training senior RSS s wayamsevak’s from Nagpur   will visit the state regularly.

Report says RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat is schedule to visit the state in mid – December. During his visit RSS chief will not attend any political functions but review the BJP in the state. After Assam, RSS is trying to expand   its activities in Tripura for long time. At life risk they carried out their activities in the state and somewhere even  killed by terrorists.

RSS have succeeded in expanding its network among students, youths and working class in the state. Most importantly its increased activities among tribals in the state.Some schools run by RSS have started functioning in tribal areas.

The rise of BJP today in the state is only due to the hard work of RSS and its organization.  Some  hardcore RSS of the  state holds importance position in state BJP unit. As assembly election is closing by those RSS leaders are sidelined slowly by present state BJP leadership .

RSS organizations in the state have taken the issue seriously although they are not telling anything in open due organizational discipline. But they are raising the issue in their internal meeting and it’s taken seriously.

State RSS thinks it’s high time to rein in BJP leadership and if not done the party will fail miserably in the assembly election schedule to held on February.    

CPI (M) organized long march in Sabroom

SABROOM, Nov 3, 2017 (TVN): After many years Sabroom witnessed a long march of CPI(M). On Thursday the march was organized to protest the rise of fundamental forces in the country and formation of 8th – left front government in the state.

The  march was led by Jitendra Chaudhary, MP passed thoroughfare of Sabroom town. Earlier a convention was held in the town organized by CPI(M) divisional committee of Sabroom. Voice was raised in the convention and meeting that to form 8th left front government   for peace and development in the state.

In the convention volunteers from 51 booths of Sabroom assembly constitution attended. Addressing the convention Jitendra Chaudhary criticizing the BJP said this party has fooled  people, could not fulfill single promises made before the election.  After coming to power they are creating division people in name of religion and eating habits.

Chaudhary said here in the state also BJP fooling people by making lot of promises , he warned the people not to fall in their trap of sweet promises. In three years of BJP rule in the country rich became more richer and poor become more poor.

He called for formation of 8th left front government  in the state  to carry on with  peace and development in the state .

BJP parliamentary team arriving to assess law and order in state , says Sarma

AGARTALA, Nov 11,2017 (TVN):A parliamentary team of BJP  will arrive here on November 10  to  assess the  prevailing law and order situation   in the state.

Addressing a press meet Assam’s finance minister Himanta Biswa Sarma in BJP party office today said the  visiting team will take feedback on various issues including the murder of journalist Santanu and  acquittal of  former  CPI (M) leader Jiten Das along with seven accused persons of murder charge.

After collecting  detail reports of all incidents Sarma said then the  parliamentary team will take up all the issues in the Parliament’s upcoming session.

Sarma demanded that  the state government to recommend CBI probe into Santanu Bhowmik murder case as the Special Investigating Agency (SIT) has failed to deliver justice in some sensational murder cases including Kalpana Das murder in which the former CPI (M) leader was main accused.

Issuing a stern warning to state government  he said  BJP will do its level best to get the Santanu Bhowmik murder case investigated by the CBI.

Speaking about six MLAs, Sarma said  will act as BJP MLA in the coming Assembly session beginning on November 13. And, DC Hrangkhwal has been chosen as party’s leader in the Assembly.

Briefing about core committee meeting of BJP today, he said it was decided to do its level best to avoid splitting of anti-Left vote bank to ensure defeat of the Marxist regime in the state.

On separate state demand of IPFT  Sarma said  BJP’s main target is to remove Left Front government from power  when its  done automatically many problems including Tipraland demand will be solved  as we demonstrated in Manipur.

BJP and CPI(M) clash in Khayerpur

AGARTALA, Nov 2,2017 (TVN): As assembly election is nearing political clash is on rise in the state. There is report of clash in Bhelmura of Khayerpur.Some bikes of BJP supporters  was set to flame due to the clash.

Tension prevails in the area police have rushed to the spot to bring the situation under control.On Wednesday evening BJP had a meeting in Kalitala of Khayerpur. In the meeting some supporters of CPIM have joined BJP.On this its alleged that supporters of CPIM attacked BJP supporters.

On hearing BJP Sadar ( rural) president Asit Ray while going to the spot was reportedly attacked by CPI(M) and burnt three to four bikes.      

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Under tail prisoner escapes from GB

AGARTALA, Nov 2,2017 (TVN): An under trial prisoner escaped from GB hospital.  The prisoner is  Nany Gopal Namo. He was guarded by DAR police of Sepahijala and one from Bishalghar central jail.On Tuesday wee hours he escaped through toilet  window.

Till Wednesday night there is no report of arrest of the escaped prisoner. Gurupada Das and Muhammad Mustafa  are the guards who were on duty for the prisoner. Inquiry will be done against both guards by concerned department.

The under trail and fugitive prisoner Nany Gopal is resident of Office Tilla under Bishalghar police station. He was admitted in GB hospital in MS ward –I. After recovering on Tuesday early morning saw both guards in deep sleep , under this circumstance he escaped through the toilet window.    

Detained 18 people mysteriously hides identity

AGARTALA, Nov 2, 2017 (TVN):  Police unable to find  the permanent address of all  eighteen detained from Boxanagar who crossed international border illegally. During question, all detained person was repeatedly changing address and claim them to be national of Bangladesh.

But the language they speak,articles recovered indicates they are nationals of India. But, why did they go to Bangladesh and  what was briefed by a senior Bangladesh police officer? State police could not find out.

If they claim to be nationals of Bangladesh but then why  did they come to India and stayed in luxurious hotels. Police is clueless about this also, shaded their responsibility by producing them in court without case diary.

But the detaining of eighteen person from Boxanagar still remain mysterious.Once they claim they are from Murshidabad and sometimes from Jharkhand. But why they went to Bangladesh where they stayed told nothing to police.

Later all detained made a complete U – turn and claimed to be from Bangladesh.As it will safe for them by giving small amount fine they will be pushed back to back Bangladesh by court.

The role of state government in this regard is doubtful. Even after knowing illegal crossing of border many times why no steps was taken to stop it. The locals caught them and handed over to police,but police mysteriously hiding their identity it seems.    

Meanwhile BSF have started its own inquiry, said an official of Tripura Frontier. Within two to three days the inqury will be complete, if any body found guilty  action will be taken.

Few days back  around hundred  people have crossed international border entered Boxanagar in Sonamura subdivision. Only eighteen people was caught by locals and handed over to police. Where the  remaining people gone  still remains a  mystery