Agartala: Protesting the attacks and violence perpetrated by ruling BJP on the opposition over last four and half years, opposition CPI(M) on Wednesday announced to remain absent from the programmes of President Droupadi Murmu in Tripura during her two-days visit.
CPI(M) state secretary Jitendra Chowdhury said, “Invitations for the President programmes has been sent to MLAs and former MPs including the leaders to attend but the party decided to skip the events to pass a message to the President to know and intervene the law and order situation of Tripura under BJP’s rule.”
During BJP’s rule in Tripura, over 3000 attacks on opposition parties were happened by the ruling party cadres while more than 2000 CPI(M) workers have been assaulted, leader of the opposition and CPI(M) MLAs were attacked in several times in their constituencies, the CPM was not allowed
to carry out it’s political activities over last four and half years but, there is no action from the government.
“Our absence in the President’s programme will send a message to the government that there is no democracy and governance of hooligan under BJP rule is going on in Tripura and people at large will not tolerate such activities of an elected government,” Chowdhury added.