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LF to retain power, says Tripura CPM chief

By Correspondent

AGARTALA, April 16 � The CPM-led Left Front in Tripura will be victorious with �improved mandate� in the 2013 Assembly elections, said CPM State unit secretary Bijan Dhar.

The Left Front is well organised in terms of election preparedness as well as in organisational strength, he said in an exclusive interview with The Assam Tribune at the party office here on Monday. �We are very sure about victory in the Assembly election despite conspiracy by the political opponents � Congress-INPT and the victory will be a big one keeping in mind the prevailing political situation�, he said.

Dhar said that the Left Front would go to the elections on a five point agenda � maintaining peace and tranquility which has been achieved with the help of the people and sincere efforts on the part of security forces, to speed up ongoing development activities and safeguarding democratic atmosphere.

�People of West Bengal have realised the fallout of the much-hyped Paribartan and they, in fact, did not expect this kind of political change. The experience of West Bengal will be a plus point for the Left Front in Tripura�, he said with a smile.

Training his gun at the Congress-INPT, he said that people would not accept their slogan � ousting of the Left Front Government for their negative role regarding development activities. �In fact, they are happy after the State was deprived by the 13th Finance Commission�, he claimed.

On the challenges before the government, Dhar said, �Though the State Government has improved the economy, the fund crunch still persists. However, this year�s plan outlay has given relief to some extent to the cash-starved government�.

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LF to retain power, says Tripura CPM chief

AGARTALA, April 16 � The CPM-led Left Front in Tripura will be victorious with �improved mandate� in the 2013 Assembly elections, said CPM State unit secretary Bijan Dhar.

The Left Front is well organised in terms of election preparedness as well as in organisational strength, he said in an exclusive interview with The Assam Tribune at the party office here on Monday. �We are very sure about victory in the Assembly election despite conspiracy by the political opponents � Congress-INPT and the victory will be a big one keeping in mind the prevailing political situation�, he said.

Dhar said that the Left Front would go to the elections on a five point agenda � maintaining peace and tranquility which has been achieved with the help of the people and sincere efforts on the part of security forces, to speed up ongoing development activities and safeguarding democratic atmosphere.

�People of West Bengal have realised the fallout of the much-hyped Paribartan and they, in fact, did not expect this kind of political change. The experience of West Bengal will be a plus point for the Left Front in Tripura�, he said with a smile.

Training his gun at the Congress-INPT, he said that people would not accept their slogan � ousting of the Left Front Government for their negative role regarding development activities. �In fact, they are happy after the State was deprived by the 13th Finance Commission�, he claimed.

On the challenges before the government, Dhar said, �Though the State Government has improved the economy, the fund crunch still persists. However, this year�s plan outlay has given relief to some extent to the cash-starved government�.