Crucial tripartite accord signed between centre, Tripura Govt and Tipra Motha

Crucial tripartite accord signed between centre, Tripura Govt and Tipra Motha

New Delhi, Mar 2: A crucial tripartite agreement was signed in presence of Union Home Minister Amit Shah, between Government of India, Government of Tripura and The Indigenous Progressive Regional Alliance/TIPRA, popularly known as Tipra Motha and other stakeholders, here on Saturday.

Terming it as a historic day for Tripura through this agreement Amit Shah said, “We have looked at the future by honouring history, making amends and accepting today’s realities”.

He said, “No one can change history but we can always move forward by learning from mistakes and keeping in mind today’s realities. Tipra Motha and all tribal parties have played a constructive role in this direction’, a Home Ministry statement said.

The Home Minister said that Tripura government has always made several efforts for this. Adding that in realising Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s dream of a Viksit Bharat, Tripura will also be committed to make its contribution and also have its share and will move forward as a Viksit Tripura.

Shah said that under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi, Ministry of Home Affairs has made efforts to give shape to vision of an insurgency-free, dispute-free and violence-free Northeast.

He noted that due to several agreements by Modi Government, around 10,000 people have given up arms and joined mainstream, which has resulted in creation of an environment of development.

Shah said that be it Bru-Reang agreement or border agreement, it all started with Tripura and today again it is an agreement for Tripura.

He pointed out that in 2019 NLFT (SD) agreement, in 2020 Bru and Bodo agreements, in 2021 Karbi-Anglong agreement, in 2022 Tribal agreement and Assam-Meghalaya border agreement, in 2023 Assam-Arunachal Pradesh border agreement, Dimasa agreement UNLF and then ULFA agreement have taken place.

The Home Minister said that Modi government has worked to end struggle of people by talking to them through 11 different agreements related to borders, identity, language and culture.

He said that with today’s agreement, Tripura has moved forward to become a dispute-free Tripura. Now the people of Tripura will not have to struggle for their rights and the Government of India will come forward to develop a system which will protect rights of all.

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.

Moreover, it was agreed to constitute a Joint Working Group/Committee to work out and implement the mutually agreed points on all the above mentioned issues 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/agitation, starting from the day of signing of the agreement.

On behalf of TIPRA, the agreement was signed by Pradyot Debbarma, Founder TIPRA and others. Manik Saha, Chief Minister, Tripura and several senior officials of Ministry of Home Affairs and the Government of Tripura were also present during the signing of the agreement.


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