Agartala. Three folks have been arrested in reference to the assault on a leftist and congressional parliamentary delegation in Sepahijala district of Tripura, police stated on Saturday (March eleventh). The delegation, made up of left-wing and Congress MPs, was attacked in Nehalchandranagar, a border village in Bishalgarh subdivision, on Friday as they traveled to areas affected by post-election violence.
“Three people have been arrested so far, and steps are being taken to apprehend others involved in the attack. An FIR has been filed in relation to the incident,” a senior police official informed PTI. . Security forces have been deployed within the space, he stated, including that senior officers have been monitoring the state of affairs.
“Chief Minister Manik Saha, who is currently in Delhi, has spoken with DGP Amitabh Ranjan and asked him to arrest all defendants regardless of political color,” one other official stated.
CPI(M) stated the joint Left-Congress staff was visiting varied violence-hit areas of West Tripura, Sepahijala and Khowai on Friday.
“Once the delegation, consisting of CPI(M) MP E Karim and Congress MP Abdul Khaliq and AICC General Secretary Ajay Kumar landed at Nehalchandrangar market, they were attacked by miscreants wielding slogans of ‘Bharat Mata Ki Jai’. One vehicle was badly damaged…, while two other cars were also vandalized,” stated Rakhal Majumder, a senior CPI(M) official. At least 20 shops have been set on fireplace within the space on Wednesday night.
Police stated not one of the eight staff members have been injured within the assault, and two or three autos carrying leftist and congressional celebration leaders have been vandalized.
The staff is anticipated to remain within the state till March 12, after which it is going to submit a report, and the problem will likely be raised in parliament, CPI MP Binoy Viswam stated.
Most instances of post-election violence have thus far been reported in Sepahijala and Khowai districts.
Chief Minister Manik Saha has referred to as on the police to take powerful motion, saying a bunch with vested pursuits is attempting to fire up bother within the state.
Assembly election outcomes have been introduced on March 2 and the BJP-IPFT authorities returned to energy within the state for the second consecutive time period.