To meet Amit Shah, Tipra Motha delegation set off for New Delhi

To meet Amit Shah, Tipra Motha delegation set off for New Delhi

Agartala: A high-level delegation of Tipra Motha, led by Chairman Pradyot Kishore Manikya Debbarma, has started a journey to New Delhi. The main objective of the delegation is to meet Home Minister Amit Shah to discuss important issues and seek support for Tripura.
Earlier, Tipra Motha chairman held a private meeting with Tripura Chief Minister Manik Saha at his official residence on June 29 night. The closed-door discussions covered many important issues related to politics, administration and development.
Expressing his satisfaction over the meeting, Debbarma described the atmosphere as very pleasant and highlighted the importance of the discussions held. “I met the Chief Minister and had a fruitful discussion on various issues related to politics and administration. Let’s wait and see what comes out,” he said, hinting at the possibility of positive results from their talks. He said.
Stressing the private nature of the meeting, Debbarma reiterated that it was exclusively between him and the chief minister.
Debbarma acknowledged the ongoing discussions with the central government on the issue of Greater Tipraland, an issue that has been under discussion for three months. However, he chose not to make a statement until concrete progress was made, demonstrating a cautious approach focused on tangible results.
Additionally, Tipra Motha Chairman expressed his concerns regarding budget allocation for Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC) and smooth flow of funds to the Autonomous Tribal Council. These issues are important in the context of ensuring effective functioning and development of tribal areas in Tripura.
Debbarma reiterated his stance against “boycott politics” and highlighted his history of engaging with former Chief Minister Manik Sarkar and current Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb on various issues. This confirms their commitment to constructive dialogue and cooperation for the betterment of the state.

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