Ratan Lal Nath said the opposition leader is now politicizing the single custodial death reported recently. He said, 'Manik Sarkar is making a drama on this custodial death by calling a press conference.'
Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb also the former BJP state president in Tripura Tuesday targeted the opposition political parties and said that 23 months of the BJP-IPFT government has succeeded in giving 99 percent democracy to the oppositions.
Tripura police has on today disposed Brown Sugar worth Rs 20 lakh at Bodhjungnagar of Agartala. Altogether 470 gram of Brown Sugar has been destroyed by the police after obtaining disposal order from Court.
Speaking at the programme at Agartala, Governor said, 184 monarchs of the Manikya dynasty ruled the state for a long period till it joined the Union of India. And, now the state is progressing through a strong democratic movement.
Notably, the party has launched a massive protest in the Kanchanpur area against the Bru settlement pact. Debnath warned the government of massive protest henceforth unless their demands are met.
'See I am not an elected representative. What I can do is to raise a voice. I personally met Home Minister Amit Shah three times regarding the issue. Finally it got settled and I am very much happy' Pradyot told us over phone.
The Tripura government will take action against the hundreds of rubber growers who illegally cultivated natural rubber on more than 21,019 acres of government land, a minister announced in the state assembly on Monday.
Manik Sarkar said, 'Despite we have demanded for judicial enquiry into the two seperate custodial deaths in Udaipur and Agartala, the government has turned down and ordered for magisterial probe in both the cases.'
A parliamentary panel is on a three-day visit of the northeastern states to study the functioning of the 10 tribal autonomous district councils (TADC) in Assam, Meghalaya, Mizoram and Tripura.
Tripura government has renamed Baramura hills one of the prominent hill range of the state in Kokborok. The hill range will be now known as “Hatai Kutul”. The step has been undertaken to mark Kokborok day 2020 observed today across the state.
In Tripura, the cycle rally was flagged-off by the state Deputy Chief Minister Jishnu Dev Varma in presence of two other members of the Parliament -- Pratima Bhoumik and Rebati Tripura and a host of legislators and dignitaries.
General Secretary of Mizoram Bru Displaced People Forum (MBDPF) Bruno Masho said that they were grateful to the government of Tripura and the centre for the humanitarian move.
Notably, the five-member Parliamentary Committee headed by Rajya Sabha member Anand Sharma met as many as 27 tribal organisations and institutions along with the representatives of the KHADC, GHADC and JHADC.
'We have no problem with the government’s decision. But, at the same time, we also want to draw the government’s attention on the Bengalis who were subjected to persecution by the Bru refugees' Nath told reporters.
Yuva Bikash Kendra and NIFAA (National Integrated Forum of Artists and Activists) have jointly taken up a number of programmes in order to celebrate golden jubilee of Tripura’s statehood for next two years,
The Rs 1,550 crore special economic zone (SEZ), to be set up along the Bangladesh border in Tripura, would be a multi-sector SEZ and not just agro-based food processing SEZ, official said here on Saturday.
Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb has on today said that the Bru rehabilitation process would be completed within six months of time as per the agreement signed yesterday.
Earlier, a SIT was also formed in the Left Front regime to investigate the case but failed to meet the demands of media fraternity. A Charge-sheet had been submitted then also where 4 people were named.
The state government has sent a proposal of Rs 8000 crore to the Centre for the development TTAADC (Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council) which has been primarily granted, Education Minister Ratan Lal Nath told the Assembly house today.
The Tripura government has taken up an ambitious action plan to make the state free of drug-addiction while the government's proactive steps have reduced crimes against women, Tripura Governor Ramesh Bais said here on Friday.
The winter session of the Tripura assembly began here on Friday amid an uproar by the opposition Left legislators over the arrest of senior CPI(M) leader and former minister Badal Chowdhury.
The decision taken on the permanent settlement of Bru-refugees in Tripura had been welcomed by both the opposition parties of the state—Congress and CPIM.
Following the agreement, the Home Minister informed media in a briefing that Bru refugees will get a 40-by-30-ft plot along with a fixed deposit of Rs 4 lakh for two years, cash assistance of Rs 5,000 per month for two years and free ration.
The IPFT and the JMACAB and other tribal-based parties in Tripura have been demanding that the state be kept out of the CAA's ambit. Earlier on December 12, all the tribal-based Tripura parties had a meeting with the Union Home Minister.