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Tripura: Election Commission recognizes Tipra Motha as state party

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Tripura: The Election Commission of India (ECI) granted Tipra Motha Party state party status on April 10 and encouraged the party to select a symbol.

”Tipra Motha Party has completed the prerequisites for recognition as a State Party in the State of Tripura,” said Jaydeb Lahiri, Secretary of ECI, in a notification.

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Election Commission of India withdraws the national party status of NCP. Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas) gets recognition as a state party in Nagaland. Tipra Motha Party gets recognition as a state party in Tripura. BRS derecognised as a state party in Andhra Pradesh.


The Election Commission of India (ECI) revoked the national party status of the Trinamool Congress, Nationalist Congress Party, and Communist Party of India on Monday. (CPI).

The poll panel declared in a statement that it was revoking the status of three recognized National Parties- AITC, CPI, and NCP- after “following due process and providing an adequate opportunity of two Parliamentary elections and 21 State Assembly Elections.”

The All India Trinamool Congress, Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), and Communist Party of India (CPI) lost their national party status.

State party recognition was revoked for the RLD in Uttar Pradesh, the BRS in Andhra Pradesh, the PDA in Manipur, the PMK in Puducherry, the RSP in West Bengal, and the MPC in Mizoram. They will continue to operate as Registered Unrecognized Political Parties. (RUPP).

The Lok Janshakti Party (Ram Vilas) of Nagaland, the Voice of the People Party of Meghalaya, and the Tipra Motha of Tripura have all been designated as “recognized state political parties.”

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) was recognised as a National Party after fulfilling the criterion of Para 6B(iii), namely recognition as a state party in four states, namely Delhi, Goa, Punjab, and, most recently, Gujarat.


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