Congress slams IPFT's alliance with TIPRA, ready for alliance with tribal based parties

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Agartala, Updated: February 22, 2021, 07:58:53 AM   

Agartala, February 22, 2021: Opposition Congress said that they are open for any alliance with tribal based political parties of the state for ensuing ADC elections, but they should avoid any alliance with ruling BJP.

Speaking with media persons PCC president Pijush Kanti Biswas along with veteran party leader Tapash Dey and Laxmi Nag questioned the decision of ruling allainmce IPFT to join hands with Tripura royal scion Pradyot Kishore Deb Barman-led Tipraha Indigenous Progressive Regional Alliance (TIPRA) for the ADC polls.

Biswas said that despite being in an alliance with BJP and holding a ministerial berth, now IPFT go for an alliance with another party only for benefit not for the interest of tribal population of the state.

He said that their party has been geared up for all-out fight in ensuing ADC elections alone and if any similar minded tribal based parties are want form alliance with Congress, then the doors of the Congress are open, but they have avoid any political alliance with BJP.

Castigating the daily hike of fuel and LPG prices, Biswas said that Congress will continue their countrywide protest against the rising prices of fuel and cooking gas.

Biswas alleged that none of the state and central government made any step to reduce prices and to decrease the extra burden on common people. He said that at a time when the prices of crude oil in the international market are decreasing daily, but in the country, the central government daily increasing the prices of fuel, which are now gone beyond the reach of common people.

He said that hike in prices of fuel and LPG cylinders are continuously increasing daily for the past one month. The price of an LPG cylinder has increased by Rs 75, and it stands at Rs 930 and it has a direct impact on the price of the essential commodities, said Biswas.

He said the life of the common people has become very difficult as these prices have burnt a hole in their pockets by hampering their daily life. Biswas also said that governments an anytime reduce the prices of fuel , but the price has increased by Rs 12 in the last one month, while the price of LPG gas has increased by Rs 75. 

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