On October 29, CPM state secretary Surjya Kanta Mishra had asked his party workers to vote for Congress in places where it is the only alternative to the BJP. Mishra had extended his party’s support to the Congress in the fight against TMC and BJP.
Madan Ghosh, state convenor of AIKS said that three long marches will be taken out at the end of November. According to Ghosh, workers participating in the march will also highlight the corruption of both the governments.
“The FM must either defend himself or resign pending further investigation. If he opts for none, the PM must recommend to the President to remove the FM from his Cabinet. If none of these happens the entire Opposition should demand resignation of the PM,” Mishra wrote sharing Gandhi’s tweet.
CPM workers demanded that there be an impartial probe into the death of the students and punishment should be meted out to the guilty. They also said that both the ruling Trinamool Congress and BJP were indulging in politics over the issue.
Tripura elections: The election official said that 76 per cent voter turnout was recorded till 6 pm but the percentage is likely to increase as several people are still in the queue to cast their vote.