The Indian diplomat, who previously stressed on India's Neighbours First policy, said Tripura also has one operational Integrated Check Post (ICP) and two Border Haats while two more Border Haats were approved earlier this year.
Nath’s comments came close on the heels of the allegation from Agartala Mayor Dr Prafullajit Sinha who said enough funds were not provided to the city corporation since BJP-IPFT government came to power last year.
Talapatra, who was arrested on Sunday evening for forgery, alleged defamation of and criminal conspiracy against Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb, was being taken to the court when a mob threw eggs and shoes at him.
Earlier on Thursday, a document purportedly about a divorce suit filed against Deb by his wife went viral on social media. The rumour was later busted as the CM's wife said it was a 'dirty rumour' spread to earn brownie points in politics.
Speaking to IndianExpress.com, Deputy Inspector General (DIG) of Tripura Police Arindam Nath said an FIR was lodged by an individual accusing one Anupam Paul of forgery, defamation and criminal conspiracy.
Biswas said the Chief Minister is threatening voters through his public speeches by saying that people of Tripura would be deprived of existing subsidies and government benefits if BJP candidates were defeated in coming Lok Sabha polls.