Tripura CPIM urged Chief Minister of the state Dr Manik Saha to intervene in the incidents of post poll violence and provide justice to the victims.
The opposition Party also demands compensation for the violence affected families.
On Monday a Six-Member delegate of Tripura CPIM placed deputation before the CM at his official residence and also handed over a memorandum regarding their demands.
CPIM mentioned in their memorandum that:
“With due regards and heavy hearts, we on behalf of the Communist Party of India(Marxist), Tripura State Committee, like to draw your kind attention to the above that despite of your repeated appeal and scathing directions, the incidents of post-poll violences, intimidation and embargo upon the livelihood etc. are continuing unabatedly across the state barring in few Sub-Divisions.”
“That Sir, the nature of violences and intimidation includes physical assault, ransacking, arsoning & looting of dwelling houses, shops and on other properties”.
“The menace has further aggravated now with huge amount of extortion and creating
embargo upon the livelihoods of poor people. That Sir, despite of the best efforts of the citizen forum and political activists at different level the incidents have remained unchecked.”
“ It is very unfortunate to mention here that the role of the section of law enforcing authorities are not only found reluctant rather acting as the facilitators ofthe culprits, which are harming to the causes of the victims in multiple ways“
“That Sir, We are enclosing here with a bunch of the incidents took place since 2nd March, 2023, for the favour of your ready references that to facilitate you to take cognizance of each cases.“
“That Sir, in order to bring normalcy to the situatioh, tô do justice with the victims against these sort of atrocities, to provide adequate compensation to the families who faced the wrath of unruly elements and caused economic losses and means of livelihoods, we urge for urgent intervention of your good office that DM & Collectors, District SPs and concened authorities are suitably instructed to this effect.”
Former Chief Minister Manik Sarkar, CPIM Tripura Secretary Jitendra Choudhury, former Minister Manik Dey, former MLA Pabitra Kar, Sudhan Das and Convenor of Tripura Left Front Narayan Kar were the members of the delegation.