21 candidates file nominations in Tripura
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A total 21 candidates, including three ministers of the ruling Left Front, on Tuesday filed their nominations for the February 14 Assembly polls in Tripura.
No candidate had filed his papers on the first day of nominations yesterday.
According to official sources, 18 candidates from CPI(M), one each from CPI and RSP and one independent candidate filed their nominations during the day.
Prominent among them were Information and Culture minister Anil Sarkar, Forest and Industries minister Jiten Chowdury, Tribal Welfare Minister Aghore Debbarma and Minister for Jail Manindra Reang, sources said.
Sarkar, who has been a member of the Assembly since 1972 was the senior-most among the contestants.
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