Unakoti District President of Yuva Morcha, Arup Dhar, was brutally attacked by party workers due to infighting within the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Kailasahar. Dhar has filed a written complaint at the Kailasahar police station, naming the attackers involved in the incident.
The attack on Dhar took place on Saturday night around 10:30 p.m. while he was on his way home from Tila Bazaar, near the banks of Katal Dighi. According to reports, a group of 5 to 6 miscreants affiliated with the BJP intercepted Dhar’s bike, threw him off the vehicle, and assaulted him with punches and sticks. As a result, Dhar sustained serious injuries. The attackers also allegedly robbed him of his gold chain and ring before fleeing the scene, leaving Dhar near a drain.
Upon receiving the information, a large contingent of police, including the TSR (Tripura State Rifles), along with the Kailasahar Police Station OC Sanjeev Laskar and Kailasahar Divisional Police Officer Dhruv Nath, rushed to the spot of the incident. Dhar was then taken to the Unakoti District Hospital in Kailashahar for medical treatment. In response to the incident, heavy police and TSR forces have been deployed in the entire area to maintain law and order.
The attack on Arup Dhar has caused a stir in Kailasahar, with news of the incident spreading quickly. The incident highlights the deep-seated infighting within the BJP in the region, leading to violence and lawlessness. Dhar’s written complaint to the police reflects the seriousness of the situation and the need for swift action to bring the culprits to justice.
As the BJP grapples with internal conflicts and infighting, this incident raises concerns about the deteriorating law and order situation in the area. It also underscores the urgent need for the party to address its internal differences and restore peace and order within its ranks. The attack on Arup Dhar serves as a stark reminder of the negative consequences of political infighting and violence, and the need for responsible and accountable leadership within political parties.