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We are enough to contest assembly poll alone: Pradyot


BY TC News Desk

Agartala: January 16. The royal scion and TIPRA Motha Chairman Pradyot Kishore Manikya Debbarma on Monday claimed that no such talk of alliance held with other political parties and said that without any written assurance of ‘Greater Tipraland’ demand TIPRA Motha won’t be agree to go in any kind of alliance.

 Pradyot has arrived here from Meghalaya to attend a mass gathering of ‘Women TIPRA Federation’ at Khumulwng at Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC).

“Every time women attend our rally but they never get an opportunity to talk. Because of blessing from women, mother and sisters, we TIPRA Motha is here now. In today’s rally only women will speak and then me. This is a message that TIPRA Motha will speak for poor women, mother and sisters living in the village and in coming day we will work for each and every people”, he said.

When asked about any kind of dialogue on alliance, Pradyot said, “Alliance is possible when I will get written assurance. Because of people we are here and running the Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council. I have promised them something which I can’t compromise for money, post or power or else we are enough to contest the election alone. Where ever we will contest will defeat every one. Without any written agreement there will be no assurance. I am here for my people. I can’t compromise for the rights of my people. We don’t need anyone’s support. We will contest for our constitutional rights. We are not like other regional people who used people for vote bank politics by taking money”.

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