In an effort to maintain peace and order in the state, the Election Department has declared a “Dry Day” in Tripura on 2nd March, the day of the election results. The ban on alcohol sales has been put in place to prevent any violence or unwanted incidents that may occur due to the tension surrounding the outcome of the elections.
This is not the first time that such a ban has been imposed in Tripura. Alcohol sales were also banned on the 15th and 16th of February, the days on which the elections were held. The decision to impose the ban was taken by the Election Department after considering the possible consequences of the availability of alcohol during such a crucial time.
The Election Department has appealed to the people to maintain peace and refrain from any violent incidents after the poll results are announced. The department has also warned of strict action against anyone found violating the ban on alcohol sales.
The decision to ban alcohol on the day of the election results has been welcomed by many, as it is expected to prevent any untoward incidents that may occur due to the consumption of alcohol. The ban is seen as a necessary step to ensure that the democratic process is not marred by any kind of violence or intimidation.
The ban on alcohol sales on the day of the election results in Tripura is a step in the right direction to maintaining peace and order in the state. It is important for everyone to respect the decision of the Election Department and cooperate in ensuring a peaceful outcome of the elections.