Tripura Election: Left Front candidate list published


KOLKATA> Left Entrance candidate record for Tripura meeting elections has been printed. There are complete 60 seats. In it, the Left Entrance will contest on 46 left. Democratic secular events together with Congress can be supported to defeat the BJP in the remainder of the seats. In response to the settlement, Congress can be supported in 13 seats and well-known human rights activist Purushottam Rai Burman in a single seat.

Left Entrance CPIM will contest 43 seats and constituent events CPI, RSP and Ahead Block will contest one seat every. 26 of the CPIM candidates are newcomers. Former Chief Minister Manik Sarkar won’t be contesting this time. Many ministers within the earlier Left Entrance authorities aren’t contesting. Kaushik Chand, a newcomer from Dhanpur, who has been elected by the Mani authorities 5 occasions in a row, is the CPIM candidate this time. CPIM state secretary Jitan Chaudhary Saber may even search a seat from the constituency.

Out of the whole 60 seats, 19 are reserved for Scheduled Tribes (Tribals) and 11 for Scheduled Castes. The record of candidates was lastly accepted after a separate assembly of the CPIM and Left Entrance state committees on Wednesday.

The record was printed by Left Entrance Convenor Narayan Kaur and CPIM State Secretary Jitan Chaudhary. All of the constituent celebration leaders had been current within the press convention.

Jitan Choudhary mentioned that the principle agenda is to defeat the fascist communal pressure BJP for the curiosity of the individuals of Tripura and for that the CPI(M) and the Left Entrance are devising a program to face the elections by uniting all of the democratic secular forces. There was an try to make a transfer with Tripra Mota celebration, an Adivasi celebration, however there was no electoral settlement as they may not agree with their declare of a separate Adivasi state.

Narayan Kaur mentioned that there isn’t a doubt that the Left Entrance and the democratic events will win with a big majority if the elections are held in a good method. Tripura will go to polls on February 16. Outcome declaration on March 2.

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