Congress to contest statewide panchayat elections, announces Tripura PCC President

Congress to contest statewide panchayat elections, announces Tripura PCC President
Congress to contest statewide panchayat elections, announces Tripura PCC President/ANI
Congress to contest statewide panchayat elections, announces Tripura PCC President
Congress to contest statewide panchayat elections, announces Tripura PCC President/ANI

Congress to contest statewide panchayat elections, announces Tripura PCC President

Congress to contest statewide panchayat elections, announces Tripura PCC President

Congress to contest statewide panchayat elections, announces Tripura PCC President

Agartala (Tripura) [India], May 18 (ANI): In a significant political development, Tripura Pradesh Congress Committee (PCC) President Ashish Kumar Saha announced that the Congress party will contest the upcoming Panchayat elections across the state.

This declaration was made during an organizational meeting organized by the Bamutia Block Congress on Friday in the Talatala area. “This organizational meeting aims to fortify our party structure.

Additionally, we will be contesting the upcoming Panchayat elections on a statewide basis. The meeting in Talatala marks a crucial step for the Congress as it gears up for the local elections, focusing on rebuilding and reinforcing its presence in Tripura’s political landscape,” Ashish Kumar Saha, President, TPCC.

The meeting saw the presence of several key Congress leaders, including Tripura Pradesh Mahila Congress President Sarvani Ghosh Chakraborty, Gomati and South District Congress General Secretary Milon Kar, Bamutia Block Congress President Sunil Dutta, Vice President Suman Ghosh, and Bamutia Block Youth Congress President Biplab Biswas, among other party workers.

The three-tier panchayat elections in Tripura are likely to be held in July. The Tripura State Election Commission (TSEC) has already completed the delimitation of wards and panchayats as per the rules. (ANI).

(Except for the headline, this story has not been edited by VoM News staff and is published from syndicated feed)

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