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Constituencies in Tripura
The state has 2 parliamentary constituencies; Tripura West and Tripura East. Tripura East is reserved for a candidate belonging to Scheduled tribe. Tripura has 60 state assembly constituencies. Some of the constituencies are Shimna, Mohanpur, Bamutia, Barajala, Khayerpur, Agartala, Ramnagar, Banamalipur, Maslishpur, Takarjala, Pratapgarh, Badharghat, Bishalgarh, Charilam, Sonamura, Khowai, Pramodnagar, Kalyanpur, Bagma, Matabari, Belonia, Manu, Birganj, Chawmanu, Chandipur, Kanchanpur.
Main Political Parties
The main National parties in Tripura are :
- The Communist party of India (Marxist)
- The Indian National Congress
- The Bharatiya Janata party
- The Communist Party of India
- All India Trinamool Congress
- Indigenous Nationalist Party of Twipra
- Revolutionary Socialist Party
- Amra Bangalee ( registered)
- Lok Jan Shakti Party (registered)
State Legislative Assembly
The last state assembly elections were held in March 2008. The CPI (M) won 46 out of the 60 assembly seats. The CPI and the RSP, allies of the CPI (M) and part of the Left Front won 3 seats. The INC won 10 seats.
Shri Manik Sarkar of the CPI (M) became the Chief Minister of the state for his third term.
The Speaker of the current State assembly is Shri Ramendra Chandra Debnath. The Deputy Speaker of the assembly is Shri Bhanu Lal Saha, The Leader of the Opposition is Shri Ratan Lal Nath of the Indian National Congress. Some of the members of the state legislative assembly are Shri Pranab Debbarma, and Shri Ratan Nath.