Tripura votes tomorrow
Tripura Assembly elections are getting ready for polls. Officials have already completed all arrangements for the upcoming Assembly elections in the state. Will BJP keep check for Left parties led by CPI (M) leading to Tripura for 25 years? Or not? Answer will be in a few days. BJP will contest the CPI (M) in this election. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, including several Union ministers Rajnath Singh, Arun Jaitley, Nitin Gadkari, Smriti Irani, Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and BJP national president Amit Shah participated in election campaign in Tripura. In the election campaign, the CPM and BJP have played a profound battle. “The red signal will stop the motorists. The barriers to the development of the state are blocking by CPM,” Modi said in an election campaign in Tripura.
A total of 60 assembly seats in which polling will be done for 59 seats. The election to be held in the Charilam assembly constituency was postponed to March 12. Ramesh Narayan Debbarma, who is contesting from the CPI-M, was died five days ago where the election was postponed. While the ruling CPI (M) is contesting 57 seats, the other three are RSP, Forward Bloc and CPI as a alliance with the party. While Opposition BJP is contesting 51 seats, the Independent People’s Front of Tripura (IPFT) will compete in nine seats.
The Congress is contesting 59 seats alone. A total of 25,73,413 voters will enroll their vote in the elections. Among them male voters, are 13,05,375 and 12,68,027 female voters and 11 members third gender voters. This time around 47,803 new voters will use their vote. The polling starts at 7 am tomorrow and ends at 4 pm. Voting will be held in 3,214 polling stations. A total of 47 women and electoral officials are expected to participate in the duties. About 300 companies have been deployed for security to prevent any unwanted incidents during polling. In addition, police in the state take part in security tasks. Election results will be announced on March 3.