Agartala, Sept 15 (PTI) At least 5 supporters of left-wing ulema and youth organizations were injured as safety forces resorted to kathrat after they tried to boycott barricades near the civil secretariat here as part of the “Mahakerin Abhiyan” demonstration, police said. Thursday.
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A whole group of DYFI, SFI, TSU and TYF supporters, all front wings of CPI(M) were approaching the Civil Secretariat to present a mandate to Prime Minister Manik Saha on a constitution From nine points for invitations.
The instigators broke two barriers set up by the police to succeed in the civil secretariat, but the safety forces prevented them from crossing the third barrier, which led to a violent quarrel with the police and the jaws of the reserve police police.
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FIR was not provided to the police in relation to the incident, He stated, including that the scenario is under management. “In addition, the police used water cannons and tear gas shells indiscriminately on the agitators who were demonstrating in a peaceful manner,” he stated. TSU and TYF sought to please the Prime Minister on a nine-point constitution
Meanwhile, CPI (M) criticized Foreign Minister Jitendra Chaudhry, who led an agitation in Santir Bazaar in South District Tripura, BJP-International Women’s ruling authorities for “failure” to implement the imaginative and visionary document revealed by the BJP earlier in the 2018 election meeting
“BJP times are countable in Tripura for his anti-people and anti-democratic strikes for the past four and a half years. They promised to create 50,000 jobs within the first 12 months and also ensured 200 working days were guaranteed to all employees under MGNREGA. He noted that with only 5 to 6 months left in the subsequent meeting elections, the BJP-IPFT authorities are unlikely to live up to their guarantees.”
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