IPFT meets BGP over separate statehood issue

IPFT meets BGP over separate statehood issue
A 15-member delegation of Indigenous People’s Federation of Tripura (IPFT) visited the Siliguri headquarters of Bharatiya Gorkha Parisangha (BGP) on Saturday, reports Northeast Now news. The delegation met the BGP secretary-general Nirmal Pun and its general secretary Akash Lama and discussed various aspects of the statehood demand movement. Carving out a separate Twipraland state from Tripura for Tiprasa people has been a long-standing demand of IPFT. IPFT advisory chairman Balaram Debbarman said, “Tripasa people have a lot to learn from the Gorkhaland leaders and Bharatiya Gorkha Parisangh (BGP).”
“BGP is spearheading the Gorkhaland movement intellectually and supporting the agitating fronts on the ground with intellectual intervention,” Debbarman added. Debbarma expressed his gratitude to the National Federation of New States, which has a nationwide reach to enable them to reach out to its member organisation and study the statehood movements.

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A 15-member delegation of Indigenous People’s Federation of Tripura (IPFT) visited the Siliguri headquarters of Bharatiya Gorkha Parisangha (BGP) on Saturday, reports Northeast Now news.

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