The fourth BJP legislator from Tripura resigns in displeasure and joins Tipra.

Burba Mohan Tripura, the ruling BJP legislator from 43 Karbook (ST) constituency, resigned from the assembly on Friday . Burba Mohan resigned to Speaker Ratan Chakraborty just half an hour before the assemblys monsoon session .

AGARTALA: Burba Mohan Tripura, the ruling BJP legislator from 43 Karbook (ST) constituency, resigned from the assembly on Friday and joined royal scion Pradyot Kishore Debbarmans TIPRA Motha five months ahead of assembly elections.Burba Mohan resigned to Speaker Ratan Chakraborty just half an hour before the assembly's monsoon session, accompanied by Pradyot Kishore and ex BJP ally, Brishaketu Debbarma, and announced that he was a member of TIPRA Motha.After seeing the lawless situation and peoples pains, my last few years of service with the BJP, particularly after becoming MLA in 2018, have been challenging; rather, I was suffocated.I have noticed that the BJP is saying and doing something else, which I am unable to adapt to.

Speaker Chakraborty confirmed that he had received the resignation letter and that a decision will be taken after due process.The resignation letter did not contain the reason, but it said only, I hereby tender my resignation to the membership of the Karbook Constituency Assembly and ask you to kindly accept my resignation.According to Assembly sources, Burba Mohan was requested to resign because only a few months remain before the assembly's present session ends, and a final daylong session could be held to consider a potential vote-on-count at the end of the year.In the meantime, TIPRA Motha supremo Pradyot Kishore told the media that Burba Mohan has joined his organization and that a few more BJP and IPFT MLAs will join in too.

BJP could not complete its entire tenure due to the violence, corruption, and vendetta politics of its leaders, according to reports.Three BJP MLAs resigned from the political party and assembly earlier today, Sudip Roy Barman, Asish Saha, and Asish Das, protesting former chief minister Biplab Kumar Deb's misrule.