IPFT Holds MCC Meeting to Review Election Results and Plan Future Programs, in Tripura

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The Indigenous Peoples’ Front of Tripura (IPFT), a constituent of the ruling alliance with BJP, held its first Members of Central Committee (MCC) meeting on Friday at the Dasarath Deb auditorium. The meeting was presided over by the party’s president and former minister, Prem Kumar Reang, and was attended by several high-ranking members of the party, including the Minister for Tribal Welfare, Sukla Charan Noatia.

The purpose of the meeting was to review the election results and the current political situation in the state, as well as to finalize the party’s programs in the coming days, taking into account the ongoing changes in the political scenario of the state. The meeting was a crucial one for the IPFT, as it sought to strengthen its position and regain the confidence of the people after the last assembly election, which saw some of the MCC members deserting the party.

The meeting began with an address by Prem Kumar Reang, who emphasized the importance of the party’s unity and the need to work together to achieve its goals. He said that the party had a strong mandate from the people of the state and that it was the responsibility of the party’s leaders to work hard to fulfill their promises and bring about positive change in the lives of the people.

The meeting then reviewed the election results and discussed the party’s performance in the last assembly election. The party’s leaders expressed their satisfaction with the results, but also acknowledged that there were areas where the party needed to improve. They discussed the reasons for the party’s success in some areas and its failure in others, and brainstormed ideas to improve the party’s performance in future elections.

The leaders also discussed the current political situation in the state and the challenges facing the party. They acknowledged that there were several issues that needed to be addressed, including the need to strengthen the party’s base in certain areas, to address the concerns of the people, and to maintain the party’s unity in the face of opposition.

The meeting also finalized the party’s programs in the coming days, keeping in mind the ongoing changes in the political scenario of the state. The leaders discussed various programs, including rallies, public meetings, and awareness campaigns, and decided on a schedule of activities for the next few weeks.

The meeting was attended by several high-ranking members of the party, including the Minister for Tribal Welfare, Sukla Charan Noatia, who addressed the gathering and spoke about the importance of the party’s role in promoting the welfare of the tribal communities in the state. He emphasized the need for the party to work closely with the government and other organizations to achieve its goals and to ensure that the tribal communities are given the respect and dignity they deserve.

The meeting was seen as a positive step for the IPFT, as it sought to strengthen its position and regain the confidence of the people after the last assembly election. The party’s leaders expressed their commitment to work together and to fulfill their promises to the people of the state, and they pledged to continue to work hard to bring about positive change in the lives of the people.

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