Agartala March 7: Tipra Matha supremo Pradyot Kishore Deb Barman is unwilling to form a government with the BJP if the Bhumiputras do not get constitutional rights. He made it clear to the BJP high command. Tipra Matha supremo Pradyot Kishore Deb Barman said this at the airport on his return to the state from Shillong on Tuesday.
He said the call came from Delhi. But Tipra Matha did not move an inch from his position. Unless constitutional demands are given in writing, there will be no alliance with BJP like Tipra to form the government. He said that first the BJP leaders of Delhi should hold a constitutional meeting on the demand of Greater Tipraland of Tipra Matha. Then the decision will be taken about sitting in the government. He said that if some of the party’s members are made ministers by compromising on the constitutional demands, it will be disloyal to Tiprasa. Pradyot Kishore Deb Barman also said that if anyone thinks that the development of Tripura is possible by excluding 30 percent of Tiprasa, then that is the problem of the future. The land sons of the state want their rights. He said that he wanted the rights with respect.
Meanwhile, Union Home Minister Amit Shah is going to come to the state on Tuesday afternoon. Pradyot Kishore Deb Barman reached Agartala by plane at noon on this day. Political circles are also of the opinion that there can be any kind of meeting because the BJP and IPFT alliance has become very hesitant to form a government with 33 seats. Because by forming a government with so few seats, the power cannot be shown to the opposition. So from the state leadership to the central leadership is worried about this issue. Because a section of the leadership thinks it is a surprise victory for the BJP. And they feel that they have to answer many things in the assembly.