Tripura Legislative Assembly

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Tripura Legislative Assembly
12th Legislative Assembly of Tripura
Coat of arms or logo
Type
Type
Term limits
5 years
Established1963
Leadership
Speaker
Deputy Speaker
Leader of the House
(Chief Minister)
Deputy Leader of the House
(Deputy Chief Minister)
Leader of the Opposition
Structure
Seats60
Political groups
Government (44)
  •      BJP (36)
  •      IPFT (8)

Opposition (16)

Elections
First past the post
Last election
18 February 2018
Meeting place
Tripura Legislative Assembly, Gurkhabasti, Agartala, Tripura, India
Website
tripuraassembly.nic.in

The Tripura Legislative Assembly or Tripura Vidhan Sabha is the unicameral legislature of the Indian state of Tripura, with 60 Members of the Legislative Assembly. The present Assembly is located in Gurkhabasti. Ujjayanta Palace in Agartala served as the previous meeting place. The tenure of the Assembly is five years unless sooner dissolved. The present Assembly is the 12th Legislative Assembly, where Rebati Mohan Das is the current speaker of the House.

History[edit]

On 1 November 1956, Tripura became a Union territory, and an Advisory Committee was formed to advise the Chief commissioner. On 15 August 1957, a Territorial Council was formed with 30 elected members and two members nominated by the Government of India.

A panoramic view of the former (9th) Assembly building located in Ujjayanta palace (Pic taken on 29 October 2007)









Previous Assemblies[edit]

The assemblies constituted so far are listed below:[1]

Assembly Period
1st Assembly 1 July 1963 to 12 January 1967
2nd Assembly 1 March 1967 to 1 November 1971
3rd Assembly 20 March 1972 to 5 November 1977
4th Assembly 5 January 1978 to 7 January 1983
5th Assembly 10 January 1983 to 5 February 1988
6th Assembly 5 February 1988 to 28 February 1993
7th Assembly 10 April 1993 to 10 March 1998
8th Assembly 10 March 1998 to 28 February 2003
9th Assembly 4 March 2003 to 3 March 2008
10th Assembly 10 March 2008 to 1 March 2013
11th Assembly 2 March 2013 to 3 March 2018
12th Assembly 4 March 2018 to
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12th Assembly[edit]

The members of the Twelfth Assembly are:[2]

Sr.No.: MLA: Constituency: Party:
1 Brishaketu Deb Barma Simna IPFT
2 Ratan Lal Nath Mohanpur BJP
3 Krishnadhan Das Bamutia BJP
4 Dr. Dilip Kumar Das Barjala BJP
5 Ratan Chakraborty Khayerpur BJP
6 Sudip Roy Barman Agartala BJP
7 Surajit Datta Ramnagar BJP
8 Asish Kumar Saha Town Bordowali BJP
9 Biplab Kumar Deb Banamalipur BJP
10 Sushanta Choudhury Majlishpur BJP
11 Dhirendra Debbarma Mandai Bazar IPFT
12 Narendra Chandra (N. C. Debbarma) Takarjala IPFT
13 Rebati Mohan Das Pratapgarh BJP
14 Dilip Sarkar Badharghat BJP
15 Narayan Chandra Choudhury Kamalasagar CPI (M)
16 Bhanu Lal Saha Bishalgarh CPI (M)
17 Birendra Kishore Debbarma Golaghati BJP
18 Ramprasad Pal Surjamaninagar BJP
19 Jishnu Deb Burman Charilam BJP
20 Sahid Choudhury Boxanagar CPI (M)
21 Subhash Chandra Das Nalchar BJP
22 Shyamal Chakraborty Sonamura CPI (M)
23 Manik Sarkar Dhanpur CPI (M)
24 Prashanta Debbarma Ramchandraghat IPFT
25 Nirmal Biswas Khowai CPI (M)
26 Mevar Kumar Jamatia Asharambari IPFT
27 Pinaki Das Choudhuri KalyanpurPramodnagar BJP
28 Kalyani Roy Teliamura BJP
29 Dr. Atul Debbarma Krishnapur BJP
30 Rampada Jamatia Bagma BJP
31 Pranajit Singha Roy Radhakishorpur BJP
32 Biplab Kumar Ghosh Matabari BJP
33 Ratan Bhowmik KakrabanShalgara CPI (M)
34 Sudhan Das Rajnagar CPI (M)
35 Arun Chandra Bhowmik Belonia BJP
36 Pramod Reang Shantirbazar BJP
37 Badal Choudhury Hrishyamukh CPI (M)
38 Jashabir Tripura Jolaibari CPI (M)
39 Prabhat Choudhury Manu CPI (M)
40 Shankar Roy Sabroom BJP
41 Sindhu Chandra Jamatia Ampinagar IPFT
42 Ranjit Das Amarpur BJP
43 Burbu Mohan Tripura Karbook BJP
44 Dhananjay Tripura Raima Valley IPFT
45 Manoj Kanti Deb Kamalpur BJP
46 Ashish Das Surma BJP
47 Parimal Debbarma Ambassa BJP
48 Dibachandra Hrangkhawl Karamchara BJP
49 Sambhu Lal Chakma Chawmanu BJP
50 Bhagaban Das Pabiachara BJP
51 Sudhangshu Das Fatikroy BJP
52 Tapan Chakraborty Chandipur CPI (M)
53 Mabaswar Ali Kailashahar CPI (M)
54 Islam Uddin KadamtalaKurti CPI (M)
55 Bijita Nath Bagbassa CPI (M)
56 Biswa Bandhu Sen Dharmanagar BJP
57 Ramendra Chandra Debnath Jubarajnagar CPI (M)
58 Binay Bhushan Das Panisagar BJP
59 Shantana Chakma Pencharthal BJP
60 Prem Kumar Reang Kanchanpur IPFT

At a glance[edit]

Assembly at a glance[1]

No. of Assembly & its Period Date of its First Sitting Governor (Name with Period) Speaker Deputy Speaker Leader of the House Leader of the Opposition Minister of Parliamentary Affairs
1st Assembly

01.07.1963 to 12 January 1967

7 October 1963 i. Santi Priya Mukherjee, IAS

ii. Shri. M.C. Mukherjee, IAS

Upendra Kumar Roy Md. Ersad Ali Choudhury Sachindra Lal Singh i. Aghore Deb Barma

ii. Nripendra Chakraborty

Department of Parliamentary Affairs was not created
2nd Assembly

01.03.1967 to 1 November 1971

14 March 1967 i. U.N. Sharma, IAS

ii. D.K. Bhattacharya iii. A.L. Dias, ICS iv. Baleswar Prasad, IAS

Manindra Lal Bhowmik Manoranjan Nath Sachindra Lal Singh Bidya Chandra Deb Barma Department of Parliamentary Affairs newly created in February 1971. This Dept was allocated to Prafulla Kumar Das,

01.02.1971 to 1 November 1971

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Tripura Legislative Assembly at a glance". legislativebodiesinindia.nic.in. Archived from the original on 3 March 2016.
  2. ^ "MLA Profiles". Tripura State Portal.

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