Tripur Kshatriya Samaj has pledged its participation in the Delisting Rally organized by Janajati Suraksha Manch on December 25, coinciding with Christmas Day. The community is actively engaging in meetings across the state to ensure a robust turnout and support for the rally’s cause.
Subrata Debbarma, the General Secretary of Tripura Kshatriya Samaj, addressed the media in a press conference held at the Agartala Press Club. He conveyed a strong message, emphasizing that individuals deviating from social norms and practices should not be considered integral parts of the society. The General Secretary articulated the community’s stance on the issue and expressed their commitment to the cause advocated by Janajati Suraksha Manch.
The Delisting Rally, orchestrated by Janajati Suraksha Manch, seeks to address the demand for the exclusion of converted tribals from the Scheduled Tribe list. The proponents of the rally argue that those who have embraced other religious practices should not be entitled to the benefits associated with the Scheduled Tribe status.
The involvement of Tripur Kshatriya Samaj adds a significant dimension to the rally, representing a collective effort among various communities to voice their concerns on the issue. The move underscores the broader conversation about social inclusion and the criteria for tribal categorization in the region.
The call for the Delisting Rally has sparked discussions on tribal identity, social practices, and entitlements. It reflects the diverse perspectives within Tripura’s social fabric and the need for a nuanced approach to address these complex issues. As the rally gains momentum, it has become a focal point for dialogue, engaging communities in a discourse that extends beyond religious boundaries and seeks to redefine the parameters of tribal recognition in the state.