BY TC News Desk
Agartala, November 03: In a significant development following his recent appointment as the 20th Governor of Tripura, Indra Sena Reddy Nallu embarked on a diplomatic journey to the nation’s capital, New Delhi.
Governor Indra Sena Reddy Nallu commenced his visit by extending his respects to the highest echelons of power in the country. On Friday, he had the distinct honour of meeting with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, President Droupadi Murmu, and Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh. These meetings were characterized by discussions aimed at strengthening the cooperation and synergy between Tripura and the central government.
According to the official Twitter account of Governor Indra Sena Reddy Nallu, the courtesy calls followed a specific sequence, starting with his meeting with Union Defence Minister Rajnath Singh. Subsequently, he had the privilege of engaging with Prime Minister Narendra Modi and then paying his respects to President Droupadi Murmu. These interactions serve as the foundation for collaborative efforts to enhance the state’s development and ensure the welfare of its citizens.
In addition to these significant meetings, Governor Nallu had previously paid a visit to the Vice-President of India, Jagdeep Dhankar, on Thursday at his residence in New Delhi. This gesture underlines the governor’s commitment to establishing productive relationships at the highest levels of government, fostering an environment of cooperation and shared objectives.
As Tripura welcomes Governor Indra Sena Reddy Nallu into his new role, his proactive approach in engaging with key central government leaders in the capital signifies a promising start to his tenure, holding the potential to bring positive outcomes for the state. These diplomatic endeavors underscore Tripura’s commitment to working closely with the central administration for the benefit of its people.