Last Updated: 31st March, 2022 22:39 IST
Tripura : IPFT to fight next year’s elections on Tipraland Issue
The Indigenous People’s Front of Tripura or IPFT is gearing up for the elections next year as well as the bye polls in the four seats set to take place
The Indigenous People’s Front of Tripura or IPFT is gearing up for the elections next year as well as the bye polls in the four seats set to take place this year. The party is all set to hold its two day long trinennial state committee meet from April 2 onwards.
The meet is being seen as vital as the party would be preparing its plan for the upcoming bye-polls as well as the state polls next year. There are also speculations that the meet may also decide on a new party leadership if the need is felt.
Debbarma said that they will stick to their demand for a separate state of Tipraland. Here, he said that the popular support over the Tipraland has gone over to Tipra Motha under the leadership of Pradyot Kishore Debbarma.
Here, the IPFT said that for the state elections next year, they are planning to spearhead the Tipraland movement and make it a big election issue. He also said that discussions will be held if there is any need to ally with the Tipra Motha or continue the alliance with the BJP in this regard.
First Published: 26th March, 2022 12:36 IST
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