Tripura’s Chief Minister, Manik Saha, has issued a stern warning to those who incite violence, stating that the police will take strict action against them regardless of their political affiliations. Speaking at an event in Sepahijala district, Saha emphasized the importance of maintaining law and order for cultural and societal progress. He expressed concern about the attempts of certain groups to create divisions within society and emphasized the state’s tradition of unity in diversity. Despite previous warnings, troublemakers have continued their activities, prompting the Chief Minister to take decisive action. Saha emphasized that the police would act without bias towards any political affiliations and that the government aims to set a precedent for peace, tranquility, and unity among people. His statement comes at a time of political unrest in the state, with reports of violence and clashes between rival groups. The Chief Minister’s warning sends a strong message that the government is committed to ensuring public safety and will not tolerate any disruptive behavior that threatens the state’s peace and stability.