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Bandh called in Tripura tribal council areas on Oct 15

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AGARTALA, Oct 9 - The Indigenous People�s Front of Tripura (IPFT) and its frontal organisations have called a 24-hour bandh on October 15 in the Tripura Tribal Autonomous Area Development Council (TTAADC) areas to press for formation of a separate Tipraland.

The bandh has been called in support of a three-point charter of demands � formation of Tipraland, empowerment of TTAADC by amending the Constitution, and publication of a full text of the modality committee constituted by the MHA, said Mangal Debbarma, IPFT assistant general secretary here today.

All the frontal organisations of the party will take part in the campaign ahead of the bandh.

Meanwhile, a delegation of IPFT leaders headed by Tribal Welfare Minister Mebar Kumar Jamatiya, will shortly leave for New Delhi to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah on the issue of the 125th amendment of the Constitution for empowerment of the autonomous district council.

On a seat sharing deal with the BJP, Debbarma said the matter would be decided by the top leaders of both the IPFT and the BJP in due course of time.

The IPFT is ready to forge an alliance with the BJP and other regional forces and NGOs through seat adjustments in the forthcoming election to the tribal council provided it receives meaningful proposals from the BJP or other regional parties.

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Bandh called in Tripura tribal council areas on Oct 15

AGARTALA, Oct 9 - The Indigenous People�s Front of Tripura (IPFT) and its frontal organisations have called a 24-hour bandh on October 15 in the Tripura Tribal Autonomous Area Development Council (TTAADC) areas to press for formation of a separate Tipraland.

The bandh has been called in support of a three-point charter of demands � formation of Tipraland, empowerment of TTAADC by amending the Constitution, and publication of a full text of the modality committee constituted by the MHA, said Mangal Debbarma, IPFT assistant general secretary here today.

All the frontal organisations of the party will take part in the campaign ahead of the bandh.

Meanwhile, a delegation of IPFT leaders headed by Tribal Welfare Minister Mebar Kumar Jamatiya, will shortly leave for New Delhi to meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah on the issue of the 125th amendment of the Constitution for empowerment of the autonomous district council.

On a seat sharing deal with the BJP, Debbarma said the matter would be decided by the top leaders of both the IPFT and the BJP in due course of time.

The IPFT is ready to forge an alliance with the BJP and other regional forces and NGOs through seat adjustments in the forthcoming election to the tribal council provided it receives meaningful proposals from the BJP or other regional parties.

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