Amit Shah discusses Tripura tribal areas` issues with Tipra Motha chief
Union Home Minister Amit Shah Talked to the supremo of Tipra Motha on Wednesday Pradyot Kishore Debarmain the presence of BJP president JP Nadda, on various issues facing the tribal people of Tripura, said a senior saffron party leader.
Debbarma said in a Facebook post that the Union Home Minister has started the process for a “constitutional solution” for the tribal people of Tripura and a negotiator will be appointed for the process within a specific time frame.
BJP’s North-East Coordinator Sambit Patra said Shah listened patiently to the issues explained by Debarma and asked Chief Minister Manik Saha, who was also present in the meeting, to hold talks with ruling allies IPFT, Tipra Motha and social organisations. requested To find sincere solutions to problems.
To a question, Patra, however, clarified that there was no discussion on political alliance or allotment of cabinet seats to Tipra Motha and that the discussion was limited to “tribal welfare”.
“We hope that a solution to the problems of the tribal people will be found through a series of meetings,” he said. The Debarma-led Tipra Motha recently emerged as the second largest party in the House by winning 13 of the 42 seats contested in the 60-member assembly elections.
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In a Facebook post, Debarma said, “I thank the Home Minister for understanding the real problems of the sons of the earth. We have successfully resettled our Baru people in our state after 23 years of signing the Baru Accord and today we A start has been made. Massive dialogue to preserve our existence and survival. Issues like alliances and cabinet were never discussed, only the interests of our ‘dofa’ (society) were discussed.
Debbarma, a scion of Tripura’s former ruling family, had long been seeking a “constitutional solution” to his party’s demands for a separate Tiparsa state.
While the BJP has made it clear that it is not ready to accept the division of the tiny northeastern state, its leadership has spoken of its desire to give more legislative, financial and executive powers to the Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC). . Administers affairs in areas dominated by tribal communities. Administers the Tipra Motha Council.
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