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Sarkar leaves CM residence

AGARTALA: In a rare scene in Indian politics, Manik Sarkar vacated his official residence in Agartala where he housed for 20 years as Tripura Chief minister.

Sarkar, who list his hot seat following his party’s humiliating defeat in the recent assembly polls came out of the building on Thursday along with his wife and straightly went to the party office since he has no house of his own.

For the next couple of weeks, Sarkar and his wife will stay in the party office. “His wife booked a flat in the city which is hearing completion. By April the flat would be ready for the Sarkar's,” said a party leader in Agartala.

Batting some books, new clothes and CDs, the couple have not taken away when they left they building twenty years after they started residing.

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