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"We urged the administration and the BJP leadership to take adequate measures to stop these post-poll violence immediately in the entire state", Dhar added. Glad to have joined the ceremony in Agartala today.

BJP chief Amit Shah said, "This new Tripura government would usher in a new age of cooperation and help fulfill all expectations of the people to make it a modern state".

Mar. 10 (NT): For the first time in the Bharatiya Janata Party government, BJP President Biplab Kumar Deb took the oath as a Chief Minister of the state on March 10.

He even had a conversation with former Tripura Chief Minister, Manik Sarkar.

Incidentally, soon after taking charge, Deb touched the feet of Sarkar to seek his blessings as the latter was leaving the venue of the oath-taking ceremony.

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Outgoing Tripura chief minister Manik Sarkar of CPI (M) also attended the event.

Biplab Kumar Deb, who assumed the office of Tripura chief minister yesterday, allocated portfolios to all the nine ministers sworn-in, including himself, today.

The BJP is "reshaping the political landscape", with its electoral advances in the 3 states, a Reuters report said quoting figures from the 2011 Census which shows they have a population totaling some 9 million and where according to the Election Commission figures some 5.6 million people turned out to vote. "The victory has been made possible by the development work of Modiji that has inspired our workers in Tripura to work for a change". Pointing towards Sabka Sath Sabka Vikas, Modi said the newly elected government by the people of Tripura will serve the people and try to focus on development, good governance, people's participation.

The head administrator said the new government would bring each resident and all areas of the general public and work for the advancement of Tripura. The CPI-M got 16 seats, while the Left Front partners - Communist Party of India, Congress Party, the Forward Bloc and Revolutionary Socialist Party won none.

"BJP leadership in the 1990s used to be so anxious about the party unit in Tripura that we used to wonder if the party would ever be able to become a cohesive unit in the state".