Agartala. The split in the Tripura BJP came to light when the party's 12 disgruntled MLAs were reported to be in Delhi to meet National President JP Nadda and apprise him of the "poor governance" in the state. These disgruntled MLAs say that this may also lead to the government falling in the 2023 assembly elections. The MLA contingent includes former state health minister Sudeep Roy Burman, Ashish Saha, Sushant Choudhary, Ram Prasad Pal and Diba Chandra Harnakhal. A member of the party said on condition of anonymity, "25 out of 36 BJP MLAs now want change and proper manipulation of Biplab Kumar Deb -led Council of Ministers to give good governance to the people".
He alleged that Deb's "poor leadership and misrule" has ruined the party in the state. It is now "cut off from the people but the lost land can be recovered from good governance." Former Youth Congress President Sushant Chaudhary, who joined BJP ahead of assembly elections held in February 2018, told reporters here over phone that he expected to meet BJP National President JP Nadda and other leaders of the organization to discuss the current situation. is. He said that he also plans to take time to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah.
Asked if he would demand Deb be removed from the post of chief minister, he said, "We will apprise the central leadership of what is happening in Tripura." They will decide whether they have to interfere in the case. Our fight is not against the ideology of the BJP. We are confident under the leadership of the Prime Minister and the Home Minister. " The BJP has 36 MLAs in Tripura in a 60-member assembly with eight members of the local organization and the allied IPFT. The CPI (M) has 16 legislators. State BJP President Dr. Manik Saha said in an interview to a local TV channel on Saturday that he was not aware of some MLAs being in Delhi. He also said that action will be taken if the party's discipline is disturbed.