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Left Front will win both Lok Sabha seats in Tripura: Convenor

By The Assam Tribune
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AGARTALA, March 24 - Convener of the Left Front in Tripura, Bijan Dhar on Sunday claimed that the Left would win the two Lok Sabha seats in the state.

Dhar, also the Central Committee member of CPI-M, ruled out possibility of any alliance with the Congress or other regional political parties in Tripura saying that the Congress and the BJP both work at the �behest of capitalist forces�.

�If the polls are held peacefully and in a free and fair manner, we are confident of victory in both seats,� he said at a �meet the press� programme organised by the Agartala Press Club.

He alleged that the BJP made false promises and came to power but didn�t fulfil any of the promises. �They (BJP) made such promises which are impossible to implement, so people were frustrated and started opposing them,� Dhar said.

He appealed to supporters of Congress, Indigenous Nationalist Party of Twipra (INPT), Indigenous Peoples Front of Tripura (IPFT) and other regional political parties of Tripura to vote for CPI(M) in the Lok Sabha polls.

Dhar said senior CPI(M) leader and former chief minister Manik Sarkar would lead the party campaign in Tripura. � PTI

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Left Front will win both Lok Sabha seats in Tripura: Convenor

AGARTALA, March 24 - Convener of the Left Front in Tripura, Bijan Dhar on Sunday claimed that the Left would win the two Lok Sabha seats in the state.

Dhar, also the Central Committee member of CPI-M, ruled out possibility of any alliance with the Congress or other regional political parties in Tripura saying that the Congress and the BJP both work at the �behest of capitalist forces�.

�If the polls are held peacefully and in a free and fair manner, we are confident of victory in both seats,� he said at a �meet the press� programme organised by the Agartala Press Club.

He alleged that the BJP made false promises and came to power but didn�t fulfil any of the promises. �They (BJP) made such promises which are impossible to implement, so people were frustrated and started opposing them,� Dhar said.

He appealed to supporters of Congress, Indigenous Nationalist Party of Twipra (INPT), Indigenous Peoples Front of Tripura (IPFT) and other regional political parties of Tripura to vote for CPI(M) in the Lok Sabha polls.

Dhar said senior CPI(M) leader and former chief minister Manik Sarkar would lead the party campaign in Tripura. � PTI