Stranded students from Tripura who are studying in Manipur have been caught in the middle of violent clashes between local groups. In response, both the TTAADC administration and the Tipra Motha organization have stepped up to help ensure the safe return of these students to their home state.
Pradyot Kishore Debbarma, the supremo of Tipra Motha, announced on social media that he had sent flight tickets to bring back 50 Tripura students stuck in Manipur. Pradyot emphasized the importance of standing by people in times of crisis and noted that the people of Tripura had helped in many ways. He saw it as his duty to stand by them in danger and claimed to have borne all the expenses of the tickets. Pradyot planned to return to Agartala with the 50 students on IndiGo flight 6E-525 on the following day.
Meanwhile, Animesh Debbarma, the opposition leader, reported that 299 students were studying in various colleges in Manipur. Of these, there were 48 students in Central Agricultural University, 231 students studying in medical, dental, and nursing fields, and 20 students studying in NIT and MRET. The ADC administration had also taken the initiative to bring back 50 of them to Tripura. Animesh praised the Tripura government’s action to bring back the students of Tripura from Manipur in a special plane.
The violence in Manipur has caused widespread fear and unrest. Local groups have been clashing, causing chaos and endangering the lives of innocent people. The students from Tripura who are studying in the region have been caught in the middle of this conflict and have been struggling to return home. As a result, the TTAADC administration and Tipra Motha organization have taken it upon themselves to help these stranded students.
Pradyot Kishore Debbarma’s efforts to bring back 50 Tripura students have been met with admiration and appreciation. His decision to bear all the expenses of their tickets is commendable and highlights the importance of helping those in need. Animesh Debbarma’s report of 299 students studying in Manipur further underscores the scale of the situation.
The ADC administration’s initiative to bring back 50 students to Tripura is also noteworthy. It is heartening to see that both the ruling and opposition parties in the state are united in their efforts to help those affected by the violence in Manipur.
The efforts of the TTAADC administration and Tipra Motha organization to bring back Tripura students from Manipur are commendable. The violence in Manipur has caused significant disruption and fear, and the safe return of these students is crucial. Pradyot Kishore Debbarma’s announcement of sending flight tickets and bearing all expenses for 50 students is an excellent example of helping those in need. The ADC administration’s initiative to bring back 50 more students to Tripura further highlights the importance of unity and cooperation in times of crisis.