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CPI (M) raises vote share in Tripura

New Delhi
In Tripura, the CPI (M), which was defeated within the Lok Sabha elections, has considerably elevated its vote share within the by-elections to 4 meeting constituencies yesterday. In Jubraj Nagar, the voter turnout rose to 40 per cent. The constituency misplaced by 4500 votes. One other constituency, Surma, polled 22 per cent and Agartala 17 per cent. Agartala has been a consecutive Congress-winning constituency since 1998. In Surma, the Tripura Morcha candidate’s vote cut up was a setback.

Within the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the CPI (M)’s vote share was 17.3 per cent. The CPI (M) misplaced 26 per cent of the vote within the 2018 Meeting elections and 47.5 per cent within the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. From there, Covid gained the belief of the individuals by main the wrestle in opposition to the disaster and main the agitation in opposition to the Central and State Governments.

The BJP has been angered by the re-emergence of the CPI (M) as its predominant rival. Following the election outcomes, the BJP carried out widespread assaults on CPI (M) places of work and employees’ homes throughout the state.

Journalists have been additionally attacked. CPI (M) leaders Manik Sarkar and Jitendra Chaudhary visited the places of work and homes of activists attacked by the BJP.

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