Agartala May 26: Elected representatives including Tipra Matha supremo Pradyot Kishore Devavarman were not allowed to enter the Raj Bhavan to meet the Governor. It is known that ADC went to provide deputation to the Governor regarding various problems. But a delegation of elected public representatives including Tipra Matha supremo Pradyot Kishore Devavarman could not enter the Raj Bhavan.
After going in front of the main gate of the Raj Bhavan, the security personnel informed that Governor Satyadeo Narayan Arya was busy. So they have no chance to meet. Finally, the group of public representatives including Pradyot sat on the street in the blazing sun in front of the original photograph of the Raj Bhavan. Pradyot Kishore Devavarman said that funds are not being given to ADC.
Due to this, ADCs are plagued with various problems including water shortage, lack of employment, deterioration of education standards. They can’t develop anything. And other bills including land bill, consumer law are stuck. But before the elections, everyone said that the ADC would be fully empowered. Far from power, when the governor came to meet him to raise this demand, he was seen to be busy. He said in a tone of regret, “We gave the head of those who came to Tripura as refugees during the liberation war of Bangladesh, today our elected representatives did not even get a glass of water after coming in front of the Raj Bhavan.”
Then Pradyota asked to guess what was going to happen to the people. On this day, he raised anger and said that many bills have been brought after the establishment of ADC. But not a single bill was passed. And he also said where is the objection to pass the Bill which contains the Customary Law. So he accused that he is doing politics with emotions. Finally, on this day, the delegation sat in front of the Raj Bhavan and waited for a while and came back again.