According to the group the stall was found with some books - "Kashmir" of "Progressive Publisher" which goes anti-nationalism.

However, asked about the incident and its involvement the BJP spokes person Subrata Chakrobroty today said, "See the BJP party has its no involvement into the ruckus and whatever happened yesterday." Adding to that Chakrobroty said, "But we have taken a stock of the incident and once it is proved that the book called as Kashmir goes anti-national, we would certainly protest this."

"If necessary the BJP would also file a case with the HC against the publisher and the author," said Chakroborty today.

However, this perhaps is for the first time that a ruckus could be witnessed in Agartala Book Fair allegedly following some derogatory comments against the Indian army in a book of Progressive Publisher - a Kolkata based, authored by Siddhartha Guha Roy.

The miscreants who created the ruckus on Tuesday were found with national flag in hand and slogged - Bharat Mata Ki Jaay. Surprisingly they forced the concerned authority of the stall to shut it down and stop selling the book which has already been in market.

However, later under the advice and suggestion of some intellectuals and amidst security arrangements the stall was opened, but the incident has triggered serious panic among a section of book lovers.