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Pradyot appeals for revival of ‘Greater Tipraland’ movement

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BY TC News Desk

Agartala: May 31. Royal Scion and Chairman of TIPRA Motha Pradyot Kishore Manikya Debbarma on Wednesday has urged his party workers to begin mass joining and appealed to resume movement for ‘Greater Tipraland’ demand.

On an audio message, Pradyot on Wednesday said next month the party is going to organise its plenary session.

“Around 1200 people from each assembly constituency will come in Agartala and flag their problems before the Tipra Motha leaders. Our leaders will listen to them. And would discuss how in coming days we can reshuffle our committee starting from Primary level, block level, central level and core committee level”, said Pradyot.

Appealing his party workers to resume mass joining program, Pradyot said, “Many people have worked during election and have also seen now they are sitting at home. I want to appeal all the Members of District Councils, Executive Members and MLAs and other leaders and workers of the party to start party’s program in their respective area and to begin joining program. Our work is for our tribal people and we have to resume our movement for greater tipraland. We will not compromise”.

He said that the executive meeting will be held next month for two days and Pradyot want to attend around 40 people from every assembly constituency. 

“I am fighting for my people and we will not go back. We have to give justice to our people and for that everyone have to be prepared”, he added.

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