Will drop Tipraland Demand for jobs to indigenous: Pradyot Debbarma
Tipra Motha supremo Pradyot Kishore Debbarma has offered a bargaining chip to the government with regards to the demand for Greater Tipraland. Speaking exclusively to Northeast Live, Pradyot Debbarma said
Tipra Motha supremo Pradyot Kishore Debbarma has offered a bargaining chip to the government with regards to the demand for Greater Tipraland.
Speaking exclusively to Northeast Live, Pradyot Debbarma said that he is ready to withdraw the demand for Greater Tipraland if the government commits in writing to providing 20,000 jobs to the indigenous people of Tripura within the next year.
Debbarma said that one time financial packages mean nothing and will not do anything in particular to bring development into the lives of the people.
He said that permanent jobs can guarantee a better future for the people, and if this is ensured, then the Tipra Motha is ready to withdraw its demand for Greater Tipraland.
Debbarma also talked about the definition of “Greater Tipraland.” He said that the Greater Tipraland would consist of the TTAADC areas and would be formed on the model of the Bodoland Territorial Council in Assam.
First Published: 15th April, 2022 9:25 IST
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