The Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council (TTAADC) is facing severe financial difficulties due to the delayed release of funds by the state government. The TTAADC is an autonomous council that governs the tribal areas of Tripura.
Pradyot Kishore Manikya, the head of the TTAADC advisory body and a royal scion, has been vocal in his criticism of the Tripura government’s handling of the situation. He has raised concerns about the difficulties faced by the council in carrying out its duties and fulfilling its obligations due to the lack of financial support.
The TTAADC is responsible for the development and welfare of the tribal communities in the state. It manages various programs and schemes aimed at providing better healthcare, education, and employment opportunities for the tribal population. However, the council has been struggling to execute its duties effectively due to the lack of funds.
The delay in the release of funds has been attributed to the ongoing political unrest in the state. The Tripura government has been accused of neglecting the tribal areas and focusing on the urban centers instead. The situation has led to widespread protests and demonstrations by the tribal community, who are demanding that the government take immediate action to address their grievances.
Pradyot Kishore Manikya has been at the forefront of these protests and has been demanding that the government release the necessary funds to the TTAADC to ensure that it can function efficiently. He has urged the government to prioritize the needs of the tribal communities and take immediate action to address their concerns.
The delay in the release of funds has been widely criticized by various political parties and social organizations. They have called on the Tripura government to take urgent steps to resolve the issue and ensure that the TTAADC receives the necessary financial support to carry out its duties effectively. The future of the tribal communities in the state depends on the swift action of the government in addressing this critical issue.