In a recent statement, Tipra Motha Party Chairman Bubagra Pradyut Kishore has called for a permanent constitutional solution for the indigenous people of Tripura. Kishore’s statement comes in the wake of the recent elections in the state, which saw the Tipraha Indigenous Progressive Regional Alliance (TIPRA) party win a resounding victory.
Kishore argues that a permanent constitutional solution is necessary to address the concerns of the indigenous people in Tripura, who have long been marginalized and oppressed by the state government. He calls for the creation of a Greater Tipraland, which would provide autonomy and self-rule for the indigenous communities in the state.
The demand for a constitutional solution for indigenous people is not new, but Kishore’s call for Greater Tipraland comes at a time when the issue has gained renewed attention. The recent elections have shown that the indigenous communities in Tripura are a political force to be reckoned with, and their demands for greater autonomy and self-rule must be taken seriously.
Kishore’s statement is a welcome move towards addressing the concerns of the indigenous people in Tripura. It is important for the state government to work towards finding a permanent solution that will benefit all communities in the state.
The demand for a Greater Tipraland is not just about political autonomy, but also about preserving the unique culture and identity of the indigenous communities in Tripura. It is time for the state government to recognize the importance of this issue and work towards finding a solution that is acceptable to all parties involved.