The miscreants of the ruling party burnt the rubber garden of the villagers as they were supporters of the opposition party. The incident happened in Chandpur village of Yuvraj Nagar Assembly.
1 thousand 200 rubber trees were burnt to ashes by miscreants recently in Chandpur village of Yuvraj Nagar Assembly.
About 90 percent of the people in the village are dependent on the rubber industry The rubber farmers were affected by the post-poll violence as they were supporters of opposition party workers.
Miscreants set fire to about 1,200 rubber trees in the 14 kani area of Paresh Chandra Nath, Debashish Nath, Dipu Nath, Dilip Nath and Brajendra Nath of the village. Also, about two kani mango, jam, jackfruit orchards of Janardhan Chandra Nath were destroyed in the fire. Even after the indiscriminate destruction of natural resources, no one from the rubber board, agriculture department or forest department stood by the affected families.
On Tuesday, rubber plantation experts went to inquire about the extent of damage Talk to rubber farmers Although a case has been registered at Panisagar police station, no one has been arrested so far, said the rubber farmers. The CPIM North Tripura District Committee demanded that the government and the ruling party immediately provide financial assistance to every family affected by political violence across the state. To arrest the miscreants immediately