BJP-IPFT coalition government is in absolute majority. But it’s not clear that whether the government is in absolute position to conduct TTAADC election now, or not. According to the political analysts Big Boss BJP is more concern about its own ally IPFT rather than CPIM or other opposition parties. According to the sources IPFT is all set to face the ADC election right at this moment. The indigenous party is ready to fight in all the 28 seats. As politics is all about power game the differences between Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) and Indigenous People’s Front of Tripura (IPFT), have been gradually widening with the two parties which may lead fight against each other in the upcoming politically significant Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC) elections. All though BJP is leading the coalition but till now ‘hilly base’ is not strong enough of this National party in Tripura. The dominant partner BJP and the junior ally IPFT are now in a hectic preparations to wrest the control of the TTAADC, which has jurisdiction over two-thirds of Tripura’s 10,491 sq km area, home to over 12,16,000 people. BJP trying to sattle in the ADC under cover of COVID19 and taking time. Otherwise where election commission conducted UP,MP election amid covid, why Tripura government deferring TTAADC election, asking the political analysts. The TTAADC presently has 30 seats out of which 2 are nominated by the governor of Tripura from the different tribal communities. Earlier, on May 13, Tripura Cabinet approved to dissolve the incumbent executive committee from May 17 as the elections could not be conducted due to the outbreak of novel coronavirus. The Governor of Tripura—Ramesh Bais took charge for a tenure of six months of and appointed ex-chief secretary GK Rao as the administrator of the TTAADC.