Poll candidate dies in Tripura
AGARTALA: In a major setback for Left Front in the poll bound north eastern state of Tripura,veteran leader Ramendra Deb Verma, whom the party fielded in Charilam constituency, died a sudden death on Sunday.
All party leaders and poll candidates rushed to his residence and paid their last respect to the veteran leader. Chief minister Manik Sarkar who visited the family members deeply condoled the death of the poll candidate.
The Election Commission has countermanded the poll in the constituency following the sudden death of Deb Verma.
16 Feb 2009 - 7:59pm | editor
More than 75 houses were left ravaged as a devastating fire broke out at the Paltanbazar based police reserve in Guwahati on Monday morning.
According to information, the incident took place at around 9 in the morning following an electric short circuit. There is no report of any injury in the fire but it reduced to ashes properties lakhs of rupees. It is alleged that the electrical appliances have been lying without any repair for the last several years.
In yet another incident in the wee hours, Manish Jain, a medicine dealer grievously beaten up by the local residents in Shantipur in Guwahati charging him with deliberately setting on fire his goodwon as the goodwon contained some spurious medicines.
8 Feb 2012 - 12:08am | Anup Biswas
With the aim to strengthen and to take disciplinary action against the congress men (?) who are tarnishing the image of congress party with the involvement in antiparty activities, a eleven member ‘Disciplinary Action committee’ is formed with Sri Hamjanan Langthasa, Executive Member, Dima Hasao Autonomous Council as convenor in a crucial meeting held at Rajiv Bhawan, Haflong on Tuesday.
The meeting was presided over by Sri Nalendra Karigapsa, President, Dima Hasao DCC(I) wherein all the presidents/secretaries of Block, Mandal, Mahila and Youth congress(I) were present. Besides the Chairman, Executive Member and elected members of Dima Hasao Autonomous Council were present.
At the out set the reported resolution taken by the Parliamentary committee of Dima Hasao Autonomous Council held on February 3 at Jatinga to replace the present DCC(I) Sri Nalendra Karigapsa was discussed which was vehemently opposed by the house terming the attempt of replacement of as unconstitutional. They said no parliamentary committee can take any decision against the party. Several congress members express serious concern over the unjust interference of Sri Y L Karna and Sri Rana Khan in Dima Hasao DCC (I) for their personal gains and demanded immediate replacement of both Sri Y L Karna and Sri Rana Khan. Some members did not hesitate to warn that the Dima Hasao DCC(I) would not be responsible, if any thing happen to these duo for their any interference in Dima Hasao DCC(I). The limit of their tolerance has crossed the line so far, the congress men of Dima Hasao are not in mood for any compromise in regards to the congress (I) image in the district.
Talking to the media persons, Sri Hamjanan Langthasa disclosed that this committee has been formed as per party constitution and no body will be spared if found guilty or in any anti party activities, because no body in party is above the party constitution.
Sri Nalendra Karigapsa President, DCC(I) said on February 3, the Parliamentary Committee of DHAC has taken a resolution to replace him and a panel of four persons-Sri Prakanta Warisa, Kalijay Sengyung, L. Nampui and Moril Massa has been sent to APCC(I) which has no importance as he believes the APCC(I) will never consider their plan since this attempt of so called leaders is unconstitutional.
Sri Depolal Hoaji, Chairman, DHAC appealed to all the members present to extend their co operation and to fight against such anti people forces unitedly so that the Dima Hasao DCC(I) could be strengthened. Some other argued how the newly joined members who have not completed 3 years as congress member could be allowed to claim post of office bearers in congress since the party constitution does not allow any member who have not completed at least 3 years in congress party. Therefore if any such new comer awarded with such important post in the committee will surely destroy the party image as well as party unity.
25 Sep 2017 - 2:39pm | AT News
BJP leadership at the Centre have asked the party leaders in Assam to gear up for the next Lok Sabha polls with clean image and dedication for the common people.
In his address at the party executive meeting in New Delhi on Monday, prime minister Narendra Modi said the party in rank and file must ensue that the government schemes and initiatives should percolate benefit for the people.
He further asked the MPs and MLAs to remain in constant touch with thr people who can share their ideas with them at east. All MPs and MLAs remain present in thr extended executive meeting.
Party president Amit Shah, Ram Madhab, Mahindra Singh were also present in the meeting where the party legislators vowed to ensure victory in the next Lok Sabha polls.