Tripura: BJP Govt ‘murdering’ democracy, alleges CPI (M)
Tripura CPI (M) state committee secretary Jitendra Chaudhury has urged all to set aside political differences and unitedly raise their voice against the BJP government that is murdering democracy and
Tripura CPI (M) state committee secretary Jitendra Chaudhury has urged all to set aside political differences and unitedly raise their voice against the BJP government that is murdering democracy and running the state in a fascist manner.
Choudhury said that everyone needs to join hands in order to protect democracy and the Constitution, which are under threat.
Raising the issue of the murder of a CPI (M) supporter, Benu Biswas, allegedly by BJP supporters, the CPI (M) state secretary claimed that at least 23 CPI (M) leaders and supporters were murdered for political reasons in the past 47 months under the BJP-IPFT regime in Tripura.
He further alleged that the Tripura police have been protecting the culprits instead of probing the incident and taking stringent action against perpetrators involved in such a heinous crime.
First Published: 13th February, 2022 14:14 IST
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