New Delhi. Supreme Court has Tripura civic polls has refused to postpone. Hearing is going on in the Supreme Court in the case of violence before the civic elections in the state of Tripura. The Supreme Court said that the election process has started and the election campaign will end on Tuesday, November 23 at 4:30. At the same time, voting is on 28 November and counting of votes is on 4 December. The court said that postponing the election is the last option. “We are of the view that before postponing the election, in view of the apprehensions expressed by the TMC, issue directions to the Tripura Government to ensure that the remaining phases of the municipal elections are conducted in a peaceful and orderly manner,” the court said. Yes.
In an earlier development, Union Home Minister Amit Shah on Monday met a delegation of Trinamool Congress (TMC) MPs at his residence in Delhi. The delegation had told that the Tripura Police is taking action against the party workers with cruelty and barbarism. After the incident in Tripura, the party delegation reached the national capital and sat on a dharna outside the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA). The MPs raised slogans against the Home Minister and Prime Minister Narendra Modi and sought an appointment with Amit Shah. TMC leader Sukhendu Shekhar Ray was quoted by PTI as saying that we want the Home Minister to listen to us. Both Shah and Modi need to answer for the violence in Tripura.
Accused of beating up TMC workers in Tripura violence
On Sunday, the TMC had alleged that its party workers were thrashed with sticks and stones by BJP members inside a police station in Agartala. TMC members had gathered at the police station after party leader Sayoni Ghosh was taken there for questioning in the morning.
Actress-turned-TMC leader Sayoni Ghosh was arrested on charges of attempt to murder after she addressed a meeting of state Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb on Saturday night by raising ‘khela hobe’ (we will play) slogans. was allegedly interrupted.