The CPI-M in Tripura, in its State Committee meeting, has alleged that there is complete lawlessness in the State.  

The Tripura CPI-M state committee meeting discussed several issues relating to the State, including alleged lawlessness and COVID-19 crisis in the state. 

The CPI-M stated that law and order in the state has collapsed.  

“Murder, unnatural deaths, rape of women and gang rape are on the rise. In May alone, there were 24 murders, 12 rapes and 39 unusual deaths, according to a government spokesman. It also alleged that many murders are being treated as ‘suicides’,” the CPI-M alleged.  

“Despite the clear promise of the Chief Minister in the Legislative Assembly, a fascist attack has been organized on the leaders and activists of the opposition political parties and the elected representatives,” the CPI-M further alleged. 

The CPI-M added that despite assurances from the Governor, attacks have taken place in various sub-division of the state in the last four weeks. 

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“Surrounded by security personnel in Kamalpur, the minister himself publicly occupied the CPI-M office during the curfew and led fascist attacks on the houses of party leaders and activists. In no case did the police arrest the attackers,” the CPI-M stated in a statement. 

The CPI-M further alleged that BJP workers have been obstructing distribution of relief to the needy Covid-19 affected families. 

“The state government has not yet developed a proper framework for tackling covid. Physicians, health workers have not been engaged. The government is trying to avoid its responsibility with a curfew,” it further said.  

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