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Big respite for Biplab , no repoll in Banamalipur booths (5/8/2019) 
The Election Commission has ordered a repoll at 168 polling stations out of 1,679 polling stations in West Tripura Lok Sabha constituency.This after NEINDIA broke the story that there will not be repoll in entire West Tripura.Repoll in polling stations spread over 26 of the 30 assembly segments of the Lok Sabha constituency will be held on May 12. No repoll will take place in any booth of Banamalipur seat represented by chief minister Biplab Deb. His bitter rival Sudip Barman represents Agartala seat and here too no repoll will take place. Two other constituencies where no repoll will take place include Suryamaninagar of Ram Prasad Pal and Santirbazar where Pramode Reang is MLA. CPI(M) has expressed dismay over the EC decision. “The Polit Bureau of the CPI(M) expresses its deep sense of disappointment over the Election Commission of India’s order to hold the elections void in 168 booths for the Tripura West parliamentary constituency and hold re-poll in these booths. There had been widespread rigging and prevention of voters exercising their franchise by the ruling BJP during polls held on April 11.“We firmly hold that this order is not in consonance with the ground reality and obviously too little and too late in ensuring a free and fair poll where more than half the electorate was actually unable to exercise their right to vote,” a statement from the party said. Alleging that the EC had only “partially” considered the complaints made by political parties and individuals about large-scale rigging and illegality, the statement said that the order will “signal, on the one hand, acknowledgement of rigging on a major scale and yet falling short of the expectations that the ECI will deliver justice for the voters of the constituency who could not cast their votes.”“Nothing short of a re-poll for the entire Tripura West parliamentary constituency will serve the purpose of a free and fair poll and protecting the rights of the voters,” it said.
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