HC ordered the state govt over Sept 8
By Discover Tripura Correspondent
Agartala: Sept 20: The High Court has ordered the state government to be held accountable in the CPIM's public interest litigation. Allegedly ruling party activists set fire to CPIM party office and newspaper office at night in Agartala on September 8.
The next day, on the morning of the 9th, they arson and vandalism of various party offices of the CPIM in Agartala, the state government police have not yet made any arrests. Therefore, Haripada Das filed a public interest case on behalf of CPIM in the High Court and the first hearing held on Monday. The state government has been directed to file its reply on October 4 in the hearing of the public interest litigation in the high court.
Agartala High Court lawyer Rajshree Purkayastha told the media on Monday that since the state government's BJP supporters are involved in the incident, the government is not taking any action despite knowing everything.
Therefore, the retired High Court judge through whom he handled the case has applied for the public interest case. Other lawyers are cooperating with them. They were lawyer Biplab Debnath and lawyer Saikat Saha.
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