BJP won 112 of the total 334 seats uncontested in the urban civic poll including Agartala Municipal Corporation and and 19 other local bodies in Tripura.
BJP already secured a majority in Seven civic bodies in Jirania, Ranir Bazar, Mohanpur, Bishalgarh, Santir Bazar and Udaipur in the south Tripura and Kamalpur.
In Tripura, the Civic bodies election will be held on 25th November and counting will be held on 28th November.
This will be the first civic election in Tripura after BJP’s return to power in 2018.
The opposition party blames the ruling party BJP forced to withdraw their nominations.
CPM state secretary and former Loksabha MP Jitendra Chaudhury alleged that their candidates were forced to withdraw their nominations due to terror let loose by goons sheltered by the BJP.
All India Trinamul Congress staged a protest outside the Agartala Police Headquarters in Tripura on Thursday over the incessant attacks on their party candidates’ houses and family members in the state.
TMC Rajya Sabha MP Sushmita Deb tweet, “Our protest against non action of @Tripura_Police Not a single arrest despite evidence.”
On Thursday, the Supreme Court asks Tripura Police to ensure no party has stoped the campaign peacefully in the upcoming election.
A Bench of Justices DY Chandrachud, Surya Kant and Vikram Nath asked Tripura authorities to “ensure free and fair elections”, peaceful campaigning and passed the interim order on a plea filed by the All India Trinamool Congress Rajya Sabha MP Sushmita Dev.