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BJP Nominates Agartala Mayor for Ramnagar Bypolls


The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has announced its candidate for the upcoming Ramnagar assembly bypolls in Tripura. The party has chosen the current Mayor of Agartala, Prafullajit Sinha Majumder, to contest the elections. Majumder’s nomination has set the stage for a competitive electoral battle in Ramnagar.

Majumder’s candidacy has garnered attention as he prepares to face off against former Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI(M)) MLA Ratan Das. Das, who will contest as an independent candidate under the INDIA bloc, poses a significant challenge to the BJP’s prospects in the bypolls.

Upon the announcement of Majumder’s candidature, Chief Minister of Tripura, Manik Saha, extended his congratulations to the BJP candidate. Saha’s endorsement underscores the party’s confidence in Majumder’s ability to represent the BJP’s interests and secure victory in the upcoming bypolls.

The Ramnagar assembly bypolls are poised to be closely contested, with both the BJP and the INDIA bloc vying for electoral success. The outcome of the bypolls will have significant implications for the political landscape of Tripura and could potentially influence the balance of power in the state assembly.

As the campaigning intensifies leading up to the bypolls, both Majumder and Das are expected to focus on key issues affecting the constituency and articulate their respective visions for its development. The electorate will have the opportunity to assess the candidates’ platforms and make an informed decision on election day.

The BJP’s decision to field Prafullajit Sinha Majumder underscores the party’s commitment to consolidating its political presence in Tripura and securing electoral victories across the state. With the support of Chief Minister Manik Saha and the backing of the party’s leadership, Majumder enters the fray as a formidable contender, ready to take on the challenges of the electoral battle ahead.

As the date of the Ramnagar assembly bypolls approaches, all eyes will be on the candidates as they make their final appeals to voters and seek to sway public opinion in their favor. The outcome of the bypolls will be closely watched by political observers and could have far-reaching implications for the future of Tripura’s political landscape.

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