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  • BJP MLA divided into two parts in Tripura, 11 rebel MLAs called to Delhi

    Published on December 10, 2020

    By Bhupen Goswami

    Guwahati :The BJP MLA in Tripura is divided into 2 parts. At least 15 MLAs are raising their voices against Chief Minister Viplove Dev. He says that if pandemonium dev is not removed from the post of Chief minister, there will be an open protest in Tripura. With this, the BJP national president has summoned 11 rebel MLAs to Delhi. JP Nadda said that Bisplab Dev will continue as chief minister.

    Talking to the reporter, a senior leader of the North East Democratic Alliance said that national president JP Nadda called him to Delhi after talking to rebel BJP MLAs. Jp Nada said that the situation will be controlled immediately by discussing the problems arising out of them. In addition, Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke to the pandemonium and advised not to hold a public meeting. According to sources, the central leadership of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has asked Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Deb to cancel his forthcoming public meeting on December 13. A camp of BJP MLAs has been opened against CM Bisplab Deb.

    In view of this, the public meeting on behalf of CM Deb is being seen as their power demonstration. In this regard, BJP national secretary and In-Charge of Tripura Vinod Sontax has said that Bisplab Deb was informed that he did not need to do any such programme. “The people of Tripura have given their blessings to the BJP and the chief Minister should continue to serve him,” Sontax said. If there is any issue in the party organisation, it will be sorted out. Earlier, CM Bisplab Deb had said that he would hold a public meeting on December 13 at the Swami Vivekananda Maidan in Agartala and would question the public about his continued SCM. He said he would ask whether he should remain chief minister or not. After Deb’s statement, Sontax spoke to BJP president J P Nadda about CM Deb. After that, Nadda spoke to CM Deb and he was denied any programme like a public meeting. It was reported that Vinod Sontax, in-Charge of Tripura, visited Tripura in the recent past. In the meantime, a camp of party MLAs had raised slogans against CM Deb and there was a demand to remove them from office.

     Earlier also, a group of BJP MLAs had camped in Delhi while driving to remove Deb. Many of these leaders also met BJP party president JP Nadda. In the meeting, a party leader termed cm Deb’s response as his sentimentality and said that CM Deb should not have announced any such programme. According to Khabar, the RSS chief has suggested senior BJP leaders to hold pandemonium Dev as chief minister. He says that the Biplab spot knows how to handle difficult situations. So, for good, bisplab should remain as chief minister. According to sources, the rebel MLA will meet national general secretary and other senior leadership tomorrow along with national president JP Nadda. He will discuss the issue as to what is the issue and the problem being raised by the rebel MLAs of tripura BJP. No matter what the problem is, it will be discussed and resolved immediately. Speaking on the subject, the BJP national general secretary said that this is an internal matter of the party and our national leadership would deal with the matter easily.