13th Tripura Assembly
Twelfth Tripura Assembly
Overview
Legislative bodyTripura Legislative Assembly
JurisdictionTripura, India
Meeting placeTripura Vidhan Sabha, Agartala
Term2023 – 2028
Election2023 Tripura Legislative Assembly election
GovernmentNational Democratic Alliance
OppositionTipra Motha Party
Websitehttps://www.tripuraassembly.nic.in/
Members60
Chief MinisterManik Saha
Deputy Chief MinisterVacant
Speaker of the AssemblyBiswa Bandhu Sen
Leader of the OppositionAnimesh Debbarma
Deputy SpeakerRam Prasad Paul
Party controlBharatiya Janata Party

The Thirteenth Tripura Assembly was formed after 2023 Tripura Legislative Assembly election. Elections were held in 60 constituencies on 16 February 2023. Votes were counted on 2 March 2023.[1]

History

Bharatiya Janata Party led alliance won election with 33(BJP 32 + IPFT 1) seats while newcomer Tipra Motha Party become second largest party with 13 seats. Communist Party of India (Marxist) led Secular Democratic Forces won 14(11 CPIM + 3 INC).[2]

Notable Positions

S.No Position Portrait Name Party Constituency Office Taken
1 Speaker
Biswa Bandhu Sen Bharatiya Janata Party Dharmanagar 24 March 2023[3]
2 Deputy Speaker
Ram Prasad Paul Bharatiya Janata Party Suyamaninagar 28 March 2023[4]
3 Leader of the House
(Chief Minister)
Manik Saha Bharatiya Janata Party Town Bardowali 13 March 2023
4 Deputy Leader of the House Vacant
5 Leader of Opposition Animesh Debbarma Tipra Motha Party Asharambari 24 March 2023
6 Leader of CPI(M) Legislative Party Jitendra Chaudhury Communist Party of India (Marxist) Sabroom 24 March 2023

Party wise distribution

Alliance Party No. of MLA's Leader of the Party

in Assembly

Leader's Constituency
North-East Democratic Alliance Bharatiya Janata Party 32 33 Manik Saha Town Bordowali
Indigenous People's Front of Tripura 1 Sukla Charan Noatia Jolaibari
Secular Democratic Forces Communist Party of India (Marxist) 10 13 Jitendra Chaudhury Sabroom
Indian National Congress 3 Sudip Roy Barman Agartala
None Tipra Motha Party 13 Animesh Debbarma Asharambari
Vacant 1
Total no. of MLAs 60

Members of Legislative Assembly

District No. Constituency Name Party Remarks
West Tripura 1 Simna (ST) Brishaketu Debbarma Tipra Motha Party
2 Mohanpur Ratan Lal Nath Bharatiya Janata Party Cabinet Minister
3 Bamutia (SC) Nayan Sarkar Communist Party of India (Marxist)
4 Barjala (SC) Sudip Sarkar Communist Party of India (Marxist)
5 Khayerpur Ratan Chakraborty Bharatiya Janata Party
6 Agartala Sudip Roy Barman Indian National Congress
7 Ramnagar Surajit Datta Bharatiya Janata Party Died on 27 December 2023[5]
Vacant
8 Town Bordowali Manik Saha Bharatiya Janata Party Chief Minister
9 Banamalipur Gopal Chandra Roy Indian National Congress
10 Majlishpur Sushanta Chowdhury Bharatiya Janata Party Cabinet Minister
11 Mandaibazar (ST) Swapna Debbarma Tipra Motha Party
Sipahijala 12 Takarjala (ST) Biswajit Kalai Tipra Motha Party
West Tripura 13 Pratapgarh (SC) Ramu Das Communist Party of India (Marxist)
14 Badharghat (SC) Mina Rani Sarkar Bharatiya Janata Party
Sipahijala 15 Kamalasagar Antara Sarkar Deb Bharatiya Janata Party
16 Bishalgarh Sushanta Deb Bharatiya Janata Party
17 Golaghati (ST) Manab Debbarma Tipra Motha Party
West Tripura 18 Suryamaninagar Ram Prasad Paul Bharatiya Janata Party
Sipahijala 19 Charilam (ST) Subodh Deb Barma Tipra Motha Party
20 Boxanagar Samsul Hoque Communist Party of India (Marxist) Died on 19 July 2023[6]
Tafajjal Hossain Bharatiya Janata Party Elected in September 2023 by-election[7]
21 Nalchar (SC) Kishor Barman Bharatiya Janata Party
22 Sonamura Shyamal Chakraborty Communist Party of India (Marxist)
23 Dhanpur Pratima Bhoumik Bharatiya Janata Party Resigned on 15 March 2023[8]
Bindu Debnath Elected in September 2023 by-election[9]
Khowai 24 Ramchandraghat (ST) Ranjit Debbarma Tipra Motha Party
25 Khowai Nirmal Biswas Communist Party of India (Marxist)
26 Asharambari (ST) Animesh Debbarma Tipra Motha Party Leader of Opposition
27 Kalyanpur-Pramodenagar Pinaki Das Chowdhury Bharatiya Janata Party
28 Teliamura Kalyani Saha Roy Bharatiya Janata Party
29 Krishnapur (ST) Bikash Debbarma Bharatiya Janata Party Cabinet Minister
Gomati 30 Bagma (ST) Ram Pada Jamatia Bharatiya Janata Party
31 Radhakishorpur Pranajit Singha Roy Bharatiya Janata Party Cabinet Minister
32 Matarbari Abhishek Debroy Bharatiya Janata Party
33 Kakraban-Salgarh (SC) Jitendra Majumder Bharatiya Janata Party
South Tripura 34 Rajnagar (SC) Swapna Majumder Bharatiya Janata Party
35 Belonia Dipankar Sen Communist Party of India (Marxist)
36 Santirbazar (ST) Pramod Reang Bharatiya Janata Party
37 Hrishyamukh Asoke Chandra Mitra Communist Party of India (Marxist)
38 Jolaibari (ST) Sukla Charan Noatia Indigenous People's Front of Tripura Cabinet Minister
39 Manu (ST) Mailafru Mog Bharatiya Janata Party
40 Sabroom Jitendra Chaudhury Communist Party of India (Marxist)
Gomati 41 Ampinagar (ST) Pathan Lal Jamatia Tipra Motha Party
42 Amarpur Ranjit Das Bharatiya Janata Party
43 Karbook (ST) Sanjoy Manik Tripura Tipra Motha Party
Dhalai 44 Raima Valley (ST) Nandita Debbarma (Reang) Tipra Motha Party
45 Kamalpur Manoj Kanti Deb Bharatiya Janata Party
46 Surma (SC) Swapna Das Paul Bharatiya Janata Party
47 Ambassa (ST) Chitta Ranjan Debbarma Tipra Motha Party
48 Karamcherra (ST) Paul Dangshu Tipra Motha Party
49 Chawamanu (ST) Sambhu Lal Chakma Bharatiya Janata Party
Unakoti 50 Pabiachhara (SC) Bhagaban Das Bharatiya Janata Party
51 Fatikroy (SC) Sudhangshu Das Bharatiya Janata Party Cabinet Minister
52 Chandipur Tinku Roy Bharatiya Janata Party Cabinet Minister
53 Kailashahar Birajit Sinha Indian National Congress
North Tripura 54 Kadamtala-Kurti Islam Uddin Communist Party of India (Marxist)
55 Bagbassa Jadab Lal Debnath Bharatiya Janata Party
56 Dharmanagar Biswa Bandhu Sen Bharatiya Janata Party Speaker
57 Jubarajnagar Sailendra Chandra Nath Communist Party of India (Marxist)
58 Panisagar Binay Bhushan Das Bharatiya Janata Party
59 Pencharthal (ST) Santana Chakma Bharatiya Janata Party Cabinet Minister
60 Kanchanpur (ST) Philip Kumar Reang Tipra Motha Party

References

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  2. ^ "Election Results 2023 Analysis: BJP and allies back in power in Northeastern states, focus shifts to govt formation". The Indian Express. 2 March 2023. Retrieved 3 March 2023.
  3. ^ "Latest Business and Financial News : The Economic Times on mobile". m.economictimes.com. Retrieved 24 March 2023.
  4. ^ Deb, Debraj (28 March 2023). "Tripura: Former BJP minister Ramprasad Paul elected Deputy Speaker of Assembly". The Indian Express. Retrieved 28 March 2023.
  5. ^ "Seven-term Tripura MLA and BJP leader Surajit Datta passes away at 70". The Times of India. 28 December 2023. ISSN 0971-8257. Retrieved 31 December 2023.
  6. ^ "Tripura CPM MLA Samsul Haque dies of heart attack". The Times of India. Retrieved 19 July 2023.
  7. ^ "BJP wins bypolls in Dhanpur, Boxanagar Assembly seats in Tripura". Deccan Herald. Retrieved 8 September 2023.
  8. ^ "Union minister Pratima Bhoumik resigns from Tripura assembly". The Times of India. 16 March 2023. ISSN 0971-8257. Retrieved 14 May 2023.
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