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CM Saha says BJP govt contemplates to reopen ‘political murders’ cases of during previous regimes

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Agartala, Apr 15: Tripura Chief Minister Manik Saha said that his government has been contemplating to reopen cases of political murders reportedly “carried out during the previous Left Front and Congress regimes”.

Speaking to media persons, Tripura CM Manik Saha said that after the completion of the Lok Sabha election process, the state government intends to reopen the cases relating to “murders with political intention”.


He said that during his recent visit to South Tripura district, he was informed that in the district, 69 cases of political murders were perpetrated by the ‘goons’ in 30 years till 2018 which includes 25 years (1993-2018) ruled by Left parties and five years (1988-1993) governed by Congress-Tripura Upajati Juba Samiti (TUJS) alliance government.

“I can recall that the hands of a voter who voted for a hand symbol were chopped off in West Bengal. Now, the Congress has allied with CPI-M to dupe the people in the name of democracy,” Saha said.

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