Appointment of interlocutor given less importance Tripura CM

Appointment of interlocutor given less importance Tripura CM

Agartala: Tripura Chief Minister Dr Manik Saha on Monday dismissed TIPRA Motha supremo Pradyot Kishore Debbarman’s statement on the appointment of an interlocutor, saying, “I don’t know anything about it”.

The Chief Minister said that he was aware of the appointment of an interlocutor but was not aware of any progress regarding it. “I have heard that an interlocutor will be appointed. If so, the interlocutor will come soon and the media will definitely know about it,” he said when Debbarman When asked about the recent statement, he said.
Dr. Saha’s statement came a day after he met TIPRA Motha supremo Pradyot Kishore Debbarman at his official residence. On what transpired in the late night meeting, Dr Saha said, “It was purely a polite meeting. Various issues were discussed. Nothing concrete. Some routine matters came up for discussion after which he left.” The Chief Minister did not say anything more on the subject.
Meanwhile, TIPRA Motha supremo Pradyot Kishore Debbarman said on Sunday night that he has drawn the chief minister’s attention to some critical issues affecting the smooth functioning of the TTAADC administration.

“The TTAADC has already passed several customary law bills. An important bill related to reforms in the land revenue sector has also been passed by the ADC which is yet to get the Governor’s assent. During the meeting, I asked the Chief Minister They are asked to speed up processing of files, which will help TTAADC to better serve its people,” Debbarman said.
Debbarman also said he has called for funds to fix the poor condition of TTAADC Healthcare. “We have started some schemes to ensure that the health infrastructure in the TTAADC areas can be improved but we need funds from the state government to move ahead. The Chief Minister listened to us patiently and assured us that he would inquire about the status of the files sent by TTAADC with the chief secretary and finance secretary,” he said, adding that the issue of “constitutional resolution” was also a part of discussion.
Earlier, Chief Minister Dr. Manik Saha in a secret note criticized TIPRA Motha for favoring a certain section. Although he did not name the main opposition party, he used the battle cry of “TIPRA” as “Thansa” and said, “What is Thansa? We have seen a political party in troubled Manipur.” has rescued some stranded students and arranged flight tickets for them. But, we have seen that tickets are arranged for a particular section of the society while the Tripura government has denied all students irrespective of their caste, religion and Saved regardless of community.
The Chief Minister also referred to a letter written by Leader of Opposition Animesh Debbarma and advised the opposition party not to “shed crocodile tears”.

According to TIPRA sources, May 8 is the date the central government had appointed to negotiate the terms of talks between the Government of India and TIPRA Motha. But, due to the hostile situation in Manipur, the Center has shifted its focus to the neighboring northeastern state.
“It’s a real situation. So we’ll wait for the next date,”
Debbarman said.

Although there has been no official confirmation from the central government, the name of retired IPS officer AK Mishra has been doing the rounds in the political arena as a mediator for talks.

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