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IPFT�s final decision on LS poll today

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AGARTALA, March 16 - The crucial central committee meeting of Indigenous People�s Front of Tripura (IPFT), partner in the State�s coalition government, will recommence on Sunday to finally decide on the party�s nomination for the State�s two Lok Sabha seats and its relation with the dominant partner � the BJP.

The party�s central committee held a protracted meeting on Saturday in the Dasharath Deb Bhawan complex here and discussed threadbare the party�s relation with the BJP and whether to fight the Lok Sabha polls separately. The BJP has already rejected the IPFT�s demand for contesting at least in East Tripura Parliamentary constituency.

There has been a growing demand from within IPFT to declare party candidates in both the Lok Sabha constituencies as it�s demand was summarily rejected by BJP leaders.

Senior IPFT leader and party spokesperson Mangal Debbarma said that the party central committee will meet again and take a final call on the issue of Parliamentary elections. �We are waiting to see how BJP central leadership go about the process of nomination with the approval of the central committee�, he said.

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IPFT�s final decision on LS poll today

AGARTALA, March 16 - The crucial central committee meeting of Indigenous People�s Front of Tripura (IPFT), partner in the State�s coalition government, will recommence on Sunday to finally decide on the party�s nomination for the State�s two Lok Sabha seats and its relation with the dominant partner � the BJP.

The party�s central committee held a protracted meeting on Saturday in the Dasharath Deb Bhawan complex here and discussed threadbare the party�s relation with the BJP and whether to fight the Lok Sabha polls separately. The BJP has already rejected the IPFT�s demand for contesting at least in East Tripura Parliamentary constituency.

There has been a growing demand from within IPFT to declare party candidates in both the Lok Sabha constituencies as it�s demand was summarily rejected by BJP leaders.

Senior IPFT leader and party spokesperson Mangal Debbarma said that the party central committee will meet again and take a final call on the issue of Parliamentary elections. �We are waiting to see how BJP central leadership go about the process of nomination with the approval of the central committee�, he said.

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