Tripura Not Quitting Politics: TIPRA Chief Pradyot Debbarma Clarifies

Not quitting politics


Pradyot Debbarma, the Chairman of the Indigenous Progressive Regional Alliance (TIPRA) party in Tripura, has dismissed recent reports suggesting his immediate exit from politics. Debunking the speculations, Debbarma emphasized his continued commitment to serving the people of Tripura and addressing the issues faced by the region.

Responding to the rumors surrounding his potential departure, Debbarma clarified, “I want to categorically state that I have no plans to quit politics at this point. My focus remains on working for the betterment of Tripura and championing the concerns of the indigenous communities.”

Debbarma’s statement comes in light of media reports claiming that he was contemplating stepping away from active political engagement. These rumors had sparked speculation and discussions within political circles in Tripura.

As the leader of TIPRA, Debbarma has been an influential figure in Tripura’s political landscape. He has been vocal about the rights and welfare of indigenous communities, consistently advocating for their empowerment and representation.

Under Debbarma’s leadership, TIPRA has gained significant traction, emerging as a formidable political force in the state. The party’s primary objective is to safeguard the rights of indigenous people and address their longstanding grievances, including issues related to land, identity, and socio-economic development.

Debbarma’s clarifications dispel concerns among party supporters and allies who were taken aback by the news of his alleged exit. His reassurance reinforces the party’s commitment to its ongoing initiatives and its dedication to serving the people of Tripura.

The TIPRA Chief’s unwavering determination to remain in politics is expected to invigorate the party’s cadre and strengthen its position in the state. As Tripura gears up for future political challenges, Debbarma’s leadership and commitment will likely play a crucial role in shaping the political discourse and addressing the concerns of the indigenous communities.

Pradyot Debbarma, Chairman of TIPRA, has clarified that he has no intentions of quitting politics, refuting recent reports suggesting otherwise. His statement reaffirms his dedication to working for the betterment of Tripura and upholding the rights of indigenous communities. As a prominent figure in Tripura’s political arena, Debbarma’s continued presence is expected to have a significant impact on the state’s political landscape.



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