The Congress is seeking to oust the Manik Sarkar-led CPI-M government in the north-eastern state. While Sarkar has been the chief minister of the state since 1998, his party the CPI-M has been in power in Tripura since 1993.
Tripura goes to polls on February 18 to elect its 60-member state Assembly. The results for the polls will be announced on March 3.
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