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CPIM, Congress demands re-poll in 22 polling stations

Opposition parties Communist Party of India (CPI-M) and Congress have demanded a re-poll in 22 polling stations of three assembly constituencies

Voting in the by-elections was not peacefulsaid Congress.

The ruling party created a hostile environment against the voters. Yet many voted. Hopefully our candidates will win.

The President of the Tripura Congress, Birjit Sinha made this statement at a press conference held at the Pradesh Congress Bhavan on Thursday evening.

He said, “Re-voting needs to be done in the 12, 13 and 55 number booth of Agartala center.”

We have already written a letter to the Election Commission for this.

Senior Congress leader Sudip Roy Barman, on Thursday, alleged that Director General of Tripura Police had been missing from the state at a time when violent incidents marred the day of by-elections in four assembly constituencies: Agartala, Bardowali, Surma and Jubarajnagar.  


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