Bijay Rankwal was announced as the president of TIPRA
Agartala: June 11: In the last ADC vote, the Janajati Morcha wanted them to fight alone in the hills. There will be no need for an alliance with the IPFT. But neither Delhi nor the state leaders of the party could be trust them. Relatively more seats are secured with IPFT. However, the results of the vote showed that the IPFT could not open the register.
A different picture is seen in the hills after the Tripura head occupied the ADC. The BJP’s Janajati Morcha has started breaking up. BJP state committee secretary Manihar Debbarma joined Tipramatha on Friday. He said that she had submitted her resignation letter to BJP president Manik Saha on June 7. “At the moment I wants to work for Tiprasa, that is why I left the BJP,” she said.
However, Manihar left the Congress and joined the BJP. Leaving the BJP, tribal leader Manihar Debbarma said the BJP has organizational weaknesses. He also remarked that the distribution of seats between the BJP and the IPFT in the just-concluded ADC elections was not done properly. On this day, Biresh Devbarma, a member of the Central Committee of the IPFT, left the IPFT and joined Tipramatha. He was the IPFT candidate in the just-concluded ADC election at the Demchhara-Kachuchhara constituency. The BJP has joined the IPFT’s state-level leaders and a few more voters in Tipramatha. They said that more voters will come under the Tipra flag in the coming days. The defection in the hills has continued since the last ADC vote.
Meanwhile, on Friday, senior tribal leader Bijay Rankwal was announced as the president of TIPRA by party chairman Pradyot Kishore Debbarma. Tipramatha and INPT fought the alliance in the just-concluded ADC elections. After the occupation of ADC, the INPT merged with the TIPRA Motha. INPT supremo Bijay Rakhwal fought in the ADC elections.
Pradyot Kishore Deb Barman decided to make Bijay Rangkhwal the president of Tipramotha. At today’s press conference, Pradyot Kishore strongly protested against the Citizenship Amendment Act. Pradyut has repeatedly complained against the BJP government at the Center, saying the CAA has adopted a single policy for each state in the Northeast.
Pradyot Kishore said in the CAA issue that Assam, Tripura and Meghalaya have faced problems due to this different policy of the central government. But Bangladesh has border with these three states. They have to endure the pressure of outsiders. He has repeatedly said that he will continue to fight on the issue of infiltration.