AGARTALA, June 27 - After BJP�s demand for imposition of Disturbed Area Act in the State due to �deteriorating� law and order situation, the CPI (M) has said the saffron party is on the move to capture the power through backdoor.
�The demand- imposition of Disturbed Area Act in the poll-bound State is a blue print to topple the Left Front Government here what was happened in 1988�, said party state unit secretary Bijan Dhar.
While addressing a press conference in the party headquarters on Tuesday night, he said the BJP leaders and its supporters are leaving no stone unturned to create unrest in the State which goes to the elections early next year.
In Tripura Bazar of South district, the CPM workers had tried to resist the violence unleashed by the BJP supporters on Monday night leading to clashes between the supporters of both the parties.
�Sonaicherra party office was attacked by the BJP supporters leading to clashes with the CPI(M) supporters there. Violence is being unleashed by the BJP to gain political mileage�, he said.
Noting that every person has the right to defence, Dhar said �In spite of violence, the BJP is not getting support from the people that resulted in frustration among the party leaders�.