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Pradyot leaves for Delhi amidst indefinite hunger strike

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BY TC News Desk

Agartala, 28th February 2024:  In a dramatic turn of events, Pradyot Kishore Manikya Debbarma, former Chairman of Tipra Motha and a prominent royal figure in Tripura, embarked on an indefinite hunger strike, demanding a constitutional solution. The unfolding scene took a sudden twist as he received a call from the Central government while addressing a gathering in Hatai Kotor, formerly known as Baramura Hills in Tripura.

During his impassioned speech, Leader of the Opposition and MLA of Tipra Motha, Animesh Debbarma, handed over a phone call to Pradyot on the stage, adding an unexpected layer of urgency to the situation.

After the crucial phone conversation, Pradyot announced, “I need to go to Delhi. Just spoke over the phone. We should not celebrate it now. The Central government asked me to come to Delhi now. Should I go? I must go. But there will be no celebration. The mistake that happened earlier should not be repeated. Don’t take yourself lightly… I will go to Delhi, will talk to them but will not compromise. Youth Tipra Federation, keep this stage as it is. If good news is there, then from this stage only I will speak with you all.”

Expressing his commitment to the cause, Pradyot declared that he would travel to Delhi on an empty stomach, vowing not to consume a single grain of food until there is positive news.

“I need the blessings of my indigenous people. I appreciate the call from Delhi and want to thank them for listening to the voice of our indigenous people. I will not return empty-handed,” affirmed Pradyot, underscoring his determination to achieve a resolution while seeking the support of his community.

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