Udaipur (Tripura): Political violence in different areas of the state are now common here and the security matter is not as good as expected.
Tripura covers 10,491.69 square km with population 4.2 Million (42 Lakhs) in accordance with the report of Unique Identification Aadhar India.
The north-eastern state Tripura is bordered by Bangladesh to the north, south, and west, and the Indian states of Assam and Mizoram to the east.
As the state shares its maximum area with the Bangladesh border, smuggling activities are very common and these types of illegal activities are increasing day by day.
In accordance with the report published by Tripura Police on a website that the highest number of cases are recorded as the total of IPC 338 numbers in the state Tripura on July 2021.
The crime report shows the number of cases under different categories from January to July in the year 2021for the state Tripura published by Tripura Police in which it reveals total cases in the respective time; Dacoity- 5, Robbery-12, Burglary-83, Theft-205, Murder-70, Rioting-78, Kidnapping-89, Others-1862, Total IPC-2422 and Non-IPC- 430 numbers.
The report in compliance with the month of July has reported that Dacoity- 1, Burglary-16, Theft-34, Murder-8, Rioting-6, Kidnapping-9, Others-264, Total IPC-338 and Non-IPC- 98 cases.
The farmers those who are doing cow rearing activities, they are living sleep free night every day because of cow smuggling activities are very common nowadays across the state Tripura especially in border areas in Sonamura, Bishramgang, Chharilam, Bakshanagar, Bagma and other areas in the state Tripura.
The source of Police Intelligence officials has informed it that the pressure is there on police personnel to work and the police personnel are mandatory to obey the instructions of political leaders in the state.
The law and order situation is not so much good in which people are not getting any security to come forward with their protest because the oppositions are not getting any platform under the BJP ruled state Tripura lead by Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb, said a section of government officials under all sections in the state.
There is huge potential of the state Tripura to establish itself as the ever-growing state for its natural resources, but the political clash between BJP and CPIM makes problem for the development of the state.
Though there is not any strong opposition party in the state Tripura to make a protest against BJP lead government in the state Tripura, the people of the state admit the system of ‘Rule By Law’ launched by BJP lead government under the guidance of Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb in the state Tripura, said a section of political leaders.