Agartala: Feb 27: The Election Commission is looking at the black cloud of fear due to the anxiety of the results of the assembly elections on March 2, 2023. So they want to wash their hands of the responsibility in advance. The commission has decided to hold a peace meeting in 3,336 booths of 60 assembly constituencies of the state on Monday and Tuesday. As part of this, a peace meeting was held with representatives and candidates of all political parties at the community hall at the head of Gokulnagar road on Monday around 11 am.
Chief Officer of State Election Commission Kiran Gitte presided over the meeting. Among the administrative officials, Bishalgarh Sub-Divisional Ruler Binay-Bhushan Das, Defense Administration Officer were also present. The meeting was attended by BJP nominee Antara Dev Sarkar, CPIM nominee Hiranmoy Narayan Debnath and activist supporters. Speaking on this day, State Election Commission Chief Officer Kiran Gitte said that everyone needs to respect the result that will be held on March 2 as the verdict of the people. Any kind of violent incident will have an impact on the people of the state. A wrong message will be sent to the whole country about Tripura. Tripura has a great influence on the integration of people, culture and language between the whole country and the world.
He also said that the CBSE exam has already started. Take responsibility to ensure that there is no impact on the examinees and that the atmosphere in each area is calm. In order to maintain peace in Unkoti district with the entire state, a meeting was organized with the representatives of each political party and the officials of each club in the district at the circuit house of Kailashahar on the initiative of the District Defense Department. Unkoti District District Magistrate Dr. Bishal Kumar, District Police Superintendent Kanta Jahangir 52-Chandipur Assembly Constituency BJP candidate Tingku Roy, 51-Fatikrai Constituency CPIM candidate Subrata Dash, Unkoti District Congress President Md. Badruzzaman, 53-Kailasahar constituency Trinamool Congress candidate Abdul Matin, 52-Chandipur constituency Trinamool Congress candidate Bidyut Sinha, 52-Chandipur assembly constituency Tripura Motha candidate Ranjan Sinha, CPIM leader Ranjit Nath and many others.
While speaking at the event, the administrative officials said that the counting will be done in the two centers of RKI School in Kailasahar and Pabiachhara School in Kumarghat district. Call for everyone to maintain peace and harmony. On the other hand, a peace meeting was held by flying pigeons in Chamnu market. The meeting was attended by representatives of BJP, Congress, CPIM, Tipra Motha and other parties along with Langtarivali SDPO Sunacharan Jamatia, Chamnu Block Officer Kamal Debbarma, apart from Sub-Divisional Governor Subhash Dao. Local businessmen were also present. All of them took an oath to maintain complete peace and harmony in the area after the declaration of assembly election results. However, administratively, even though the all-party meeting has been held by the police administration from time to time, the administration is not opening its mouth about how much the situation is under control. According to the information of the Defense Administration, the Election Commission is claiming that the polls were held peacefully in the state. There has been no unrest in the past few days. The people are complaining of sporadic political terrorism every day. But how the Election Commission will avoid its responsibility is now a big question.