The Rajya Sabha MP From Tripura Biplab Kumar Deb Said TIPRA Is At A Loss Without The Support Of BJP

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Biplab Kumar Deb, a member of parliament of the Rajya Sabha and a former chief minister of Tripura, stated that the outcome of the Bharatiya Janata Party’s performance in the upcoming assembly elections will be determined over the next upcoming weeks. Additionally, he did not completely exclude the possibility of agreeing to an agreement with The Tipraha Indigenous Progressive Regional Alliance Party (TIPRA), claiming that it would be hard to meet their demands without the support of the Bharatiya Janata Party.

He was granted the opportunity to serve in the state’s leadership positions for more than 4 years despite being a normal party member. He stated that he has always been given adequate time to voice his views in parliament. He also said the parliamentary board will make a final decision if he will be going to compete in the upcoming elections or not.

According to Biplab Kumar Deb, The Tipraha Indigenous Progressive Regional Alliance Party will have to put their requirements to the central government. The Congress and the communist party were unable to provide them with anything. The only party that can help them in fulfilling their demands is the Bharatiya Janata Party.

He said that the upcoming one-two week is very significant for the state’s current political situation of Tripura, and also highlighted the Rajya Sabha topics on which he has participated in debates. He was pleased with the Center’s active participation in all the concerns that he had highlighted in the parliament.

He expects that the trade market between Bangladesh and India will restart soon. He did his best to draw all the attention to the problems that are directly or indirectly related to the state of Tripura. The Indian government has already started talking to the Bangladesh embassy about clearing up all the obstacles that come between the India and Bangladesh Border.