However, outgoing Chief Minister Manik Sarkar and elected leaders of the Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPM) will attend the ceremony, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Bharatiya Janata Party President Amit Shah would be present.
Left Front Convenor Bijan Dhar said that since the declaration of Assembly election results on Saturday, around 400 offices of the Left parties and frontal organisations were attacked, 85 party offices burnt down, 315 offices of various Left parties and frontal organisations were forcibly occupied, 1,704 houses belonging to Left members and supporters attacked and around 200 houses set on fire.
A Left Front delegation led by CPM Central Committee member Gautam Das on Thursday met Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) Sriram Taranikanti and demanded deferment of polls in Charilam constituency (Reserved-Tribal), where election could not be held on February 18 after the death of Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPM) candidate.
The Left leaders claimed that there is no conducive environment to hold polls in Charilam in western Tripura.
Mr Das said the CPM delegation submitted a detailed account of what he called a reign of terror unleashed by the workers of BJP and its ally IPFT (Indigenous People's Front of Tripura).
He said around 60 CPM leaders' houses were attacked and 19 party leaders physically assaulted by BJP-IPFT workers whereas all 40 booth offices of CPM in Charilam have been burnt down.
Mr Das said several thousand Left Front members and workers had been forcibly evicted from Charilam segment.
Tripura's erstwhile royal family's scion Jishnu Debbarma, who has been named the Deputy Chief Minister in the new government, is the BJP nominee from Charilam.
"We urge the administration and the BJP leadership to take adequate measures to stop these post-poll violence immediately," said Mr Dhar, a CPM central committee member.