Centre signs agreement with Tripura govt, TIPRA Motha party and other stakeholders to amicably resolve all issues of indigenous people of Tripura

Last Updated: Mar 02, 2024

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A tripartite agreement was signed on Saturday (2nd March 2024) between the Centre, the State government of Tripura and the Indigenous Progressive Regional Alliance, popularly known as Tipra Motha and other stakeholders, in New Delhi. Union Home Minister Amit Shah, Tripura Chief Minister Manik Saha, Tipra Motha supremo Pradyot Debbarma and other senior leaders attended the meeting. Under the pact, it was agreed to amicably resolve all issues of indigenous people of Tripura relating to history, land and political rights, economic development, identity, culture and language. It was agreed to constitute a Joint Working Group to work out and implement the mutually agreed points in a time-bound manner to ensure an honourable solution. In order to maintain a conducive atmosphere for implementation of the pact, all stakeholders shall refrain from resorting to any form of protest.

Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Shah said, today is a historic day for Tripura. He said, under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, several efforts have been made to realise the vision of an insurgency-free, violence-free and dispute-free North East. Mr Shah said that ten thousand people have left their arms and come into the mainstream and due to this an environment of development has been created in the North East.

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