17 - 10 - 2018

CPM organize rally in Sonamura

Sonamura, July 10,2018 (TVN):  CPM organized protest a massive march and rally in Sonamura  on Monday. The march was led by opposition leader and former chief minister Manik Sarkar. After passing through fare of the town, CPM gathered near SDM office.  Manik Sarkar addressing the gather said law and order collapsed in the state, people are suffering, opposition workers and  offices  are targeted. He said the sun will never remain under cloud permanently, one day cloud will definitely move and sun will appear again.  In 2019 general election people are gearing up to remove Modi government from centre.

Later in the evening BJP organized a march and rally to counter the CPM. The march was led by BJP state vice president Subal Bhowmik, district president Ratan Das and  Baharul Islam. The leaders addressing the gather said four months old BJP – IPFT government quite some pro people decision which deserves appreciation.  But opposition  party CPM is trying to defame the government by raising false and base  allegations.  All leaders thanked the government for fulfilling the promises made in vision documents.                    .                   


THRO visits house of Sukanta


Sabroom, July 7, 2018 (TVN): A team of Tripura Human Rights Organization (THRO) visited the house of late Sukanta Chakraborty today. The visiting  team of THRO comprised of its secretary advocate  Purushattam  Ray Barman, advocate Amarjeet Bhattacherjee, Kaushik Nath and Mrinmoy Chakraborty. The team met  Tanushree Chakraborty  wife of the deceased.  Serious resentment is brewing among people regarding the stand of opposition party. Till date no one from opposition party visited the deceased house. Even the state government did not announce any compensation for the deceased family. Meanwhile noted tabla artist Arun Nandi died today after prolong illness due to cancer. He was 60.  


Tapas Murder : CPM demands SIT

Dharmanagar, July 7,2018 ( TVN): A protest rally was organized by North Tripura CPM today protesting police failure of arresting miscreants involved in the murder of  Tapas Sutradhar.  On July 18 night  Tapas Sutradhar top leader of CPM  was brutally murdered while returning from marriage ceremony. Opposition leader and former chief minister Manik Sarkar, Lok Sabha MP Jitendra Choudhury visited the deceased house and demanded  impartial inquiry and arrest of miscreants involved with the murder. After so many days of murder  there is  no progress in   investigation and no arrest. Protesting the failure a rally was organized in the CPM North District office.The rally was addressed   MLA Bijita Nath, MLA  Islamuddin and Amitabh Datta. After the rally the leaders met SP of North Tripura and handed over deputation demanding formation of SIT for investigation of the murder of Tapas Sutradhar and providing security to elected representatives so that they can work in their areas.     

Sukanta Murder: One more arrested

Sabroom, July 7, 2018 (TVN):  Police arrested one more person for alleged involvement in lynching of Sukanta Chakraborty in Kalacherra bazaar on broad day light. Early morning today police detained Khokan Tripura from Gangacharan Para in Kalacherra. With his arrest total nine people was arrested allegedly involved with lynching.  Meanwhile, Sunil Mohan Tripura, Khokan Tripura and Hiran Kumar Tripura were produced in court amidst tight  security.  The court sent them to three days police remand. The lynching of Sukanta was the most brutal one of recent spate of violence erupted in state after murder of eleven years student in Sidhai Mohanpur. Four police personnel also were under suspension due to their failure to protect the deceased.  Till date police has arrested 17 persons for resorting to rumour based violence in which four person were killed in the state.                                     


Vehicular service remains suspended for 5 hrs

Ambassa, July 7,2018 ( TVN):  All kinds of passenger vehicle   service from Ambassa remained suspended for five hours on Friday from 7 am to 12 noon.  The suspension was called by motor workers Sangha demanding increase of passenger fares. For last many years price of fuels and other related things have increased tremendously. But the passenger fare has not been increased since  2012.  Due to the suspense daily commuters suffered the most. Later district transport officer Narayan Saha intervened and assured them their demand will be brought to notice to higher authorities. Meanwhile the state cabinet in meeting on Thursday decided to increase passenger fare by 20 percent.   

SDPO of Telimura suspended

Agartala,July 5, 2018 (TVN): Tapas Deb, Sub Divisional Police Officer (SPDO), Teliamura, has been suspended on Wednesday for his alleged link with banned cough syrup smuggling, sources said. Deb tried to influenced the Investigating Officer (IO) to submit a final report about a vehicle carrying banned cough syrup seized in Teliamura way back in June 2016. However the report was not accepted by a local court paving the way for re-opening the case. The SDPO’s role came to the light in course of re-investigation based on the inputs and statement of the detained vehicle driver Nirmal Shil. Tapas Deb, a TPS Gr-II is the third cop, who was axed as part of new government’s quest for making Tripura a drug addiction free. Earlier, two policemen were axed on the same charge.