BJP will go for alliance in TTAADC election with IPFT? Yes at least Prbhari sonkar hints so. “Party belive and capable maintaining alliance. It was demonstrated in Bihar” said Vinod Sonkar when it was asked about upcoming TTAADC Election. Although in his first visit sonkar skipped meeting with IPFT but “surely he will meet with the ally party members in his next visit” said a highly placed source of Tripura BJP. Meanwhile Almost a month after the extension of administrator’s rule in the Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC), Tripura People’s Front (TPF), a tribal political party has filed a writ petition with the High Court of Tripura seeking clarification from the state government over the delay in conducting polls in the district council. The petition was filed with the High Court asking the state’s response over the delay in conducting the TTAADC polls and when it would be conducted. “We are confident to win the Autonomous District Council (ADC) election even if seat-sharing does not happen with our coalition partner BJP. We won’t settle for anything short of 22 seats,” said IPFT. On the other side Sonkar said “one should not demand for impractical” regarding seat sharing issue. Now it will be quite interesting the last conclusion of the scene. The TTAADC is spread into 68% of the total geographical area of the state and is home to over one third of the total population of Tripura.