I didn’t want anything for myself I just wanted for the people Pradyot Kishore Debbarma, chairman of Tipra Motha party, said this after returning from Delhi to the state. If the Indian government does not want to pay, it is a matter of the Indian government. If the Indian government fulfills their demands then the Indian government will be welcomed. If the Indian government does not meet the demand, Tipra will remain in the opposition seat And Tipra Motha knows well what can be done sitting in the opposition seat Pradyot Kishore Debbarma, chairman of Tipra Motha party, said this after returning from Delhi to the state.
He further said that if the Indian government does not meet the demands, the next steps will be taken in discussion with the party leaders, leaders, MLAs and MDCs. Many calls came from Delhi But the decision will be taken after discussion with the MLAs, MDC and leaders of the party. It is noted that the central government and the state government are trying to include Tipra Motha in the cabinet But they continue to refuse to join the cabinet until they get a concrete commitment to address the problems of the tribal people in a constitutional manner.
Since the announcement of the election results, the central and state governments have continued to communicate with them Motha Supreme Pradyot Kishore Debbarma was called to Delhi several times by the Central Government Ministers to discuss the issue. But the ice has not completely melted yet.