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Government Inks Tripartite Agreement to Address Tripura Indigenous Issues

  • Posted on March 2, 2024
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The Government of India, the Tripura Government, and the Indigenous Progressive Regional Alliance signed a pact to address indigenous issues in Tripura. This historic agreement aims to correct past mistakes and resolve present challenges, fostering unity for progress. Key leaders, including Amit Shah and Tripura's CM, attended the crucial meeting in New Delhi.

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In a significant move to address the longstanding issues of Tripura's indigenous population, a tripartite agreement was inked involving the Indian government, the Tripura administration, and the Indigenous Progressive Regional Alliance (IPRA). The signing ceremony, which took place in New Delhi, witnessed the presence of Union Home Minister Amit Shah and the Tripura Chief Minister.

Acknowledging the gravity of the situation, Home Minister Amit Shah described the event as a historic milestone for Tripura. He emphasized the importance of honoring the region's history, rectifying past errors, and confronting present realities. Shah articulated the necessity of establishing a cohesive approach to propel progress in the state.

This development followed a crucial meeting convened in New Delhi, attended by Tripura CM Manik Saha, opposition leader Pradyot Debbarma from Tripura Motha, and other senior officials. The gathering aimed to deliberate on the challenges faced by the indigenous communities of Tripura, signaling a collaborative effort to address their concerns.

According to sources familiar with the matter, the meeting primarily focused on issues related to the indigenous populace of the northeastern state. State Tribal Welfare Minister Bikash Debbarma highlighted the participation of key figures, including the Chief Minister, the Leader of the Opposition, and representatives from allied political factions.

Expressing a collective commitment to indigenous welfare, Minister Bikash Debbarma extended an invitation to Pradyot Debbarma, affectionately referred to as 'Bubagra,' urging him to join hands in the endeavor. Meanwhile, Pradyot Debbarma, who had initiated a hunger strike demanding permanent solutions, remained in Delhi awaiting further developments.

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Amidst these deliberations, Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC) chairman Jagadish Debbarma emphasized Pradyot Debbarma's pivotal role in the discussions. The meeting, chaired by Union Home Minister Amit Shah, held the promise of addressing the multifaceted challenges confronting Tripura's indigenous populace.

Through this tripartite pact and collaborative dialogue, stakeholders aim to forge a path toward sustainable solutions, ensuring the well-being and empowerment of Tripura's indigenous communities. The agreement underscores a unified approach to confront and overcome the hurdles impeding progress and prosperity in the region.

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