Amra Bangali (We the Bengali) on Thursday announced its decision to contest the coming Assembly elections in Tripura and to ‘expose’ the anti-Bengali stance of the BJP and the CPI(M), and to end the relentless sufferings of Bengali population in the State.The party accused of fomenting ethnic tension and trouble in the past to counter tribal insurgency, held a rally here to protest against what it called the atrocities on ‘indigenous Bengali people in Assam’ and condemned attempts to create ‘Tipraland’’ “BJP is trying to forgealliance with the tribal parties mainly the IPFT to win the election. Bengalis will face an existence crisis if BJP accepts the demand for Tipraland in form of separate state or state council”, said Harigopal Debnath, State Secretary of Amra Bangali. “IPFT had demanded the transformation of Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC) into a separate state named Tipraland. BJP was trying to placate the tribal party by upgrading the council into a ‘state council, ’’ Mr. Harigopal Debnath said.Harigopal Debnath also denounced the ‘state council’ proposal suggesting the it would be first step towards creating a full-fledged state. .Amra Bangali alleged that BJP and RSS had masterminded enforcement of NRC in Assam and the same ‘game plan’ would be extended to Tripura. He said that his party had vowed to defeat the ‘anti people’ CPI(M) and ‘communal’ BJP in the assembly polls.