In the last assembly elections, the voter turnout was 91.82%.
Voting is being held in 59 of the total 60 seats due to the death of the CPI(M) candidate for the Charilam constituency six days ago.
The BJP in its current campaign seems to be raising the issues that were raised by the Congress in 2008. The difference is the intensity in the BJP’s ongoing campaign.
The Left Front government has been in power in the state for the past 25 years and just the possibility of change seems exciting to many young people.
Speaking to The Wire, the four-time Tripura chief minister discusses the Left Front’s strategy to fight the BJP, the possible impact of anti-incumbency in the assembly elections, unemployment in the state and more.
The peace process worked in Tripura because the Left Front government worked simultaneously to improve the conditions of life for common people.
Keeping in mind the tribes in the north-east, the party plans to bring out such tribe-specific images of Bharat Mata.
State BJP leaders have expressed their disappointment with Tathagata Roy for being proactive only on social media.