TYF and TSU organizes grand rally with massage of peace and harmony

Addressing the meeting youth leader Panab Debbama strongly condemned the rally organized by IPFT on September 23 with demand of separate Twipra land. He alleged that IPFT is trying to create situation like riot of 1980.

He said, today’s rally organized to maintain peace and harmony and to protect the separatist trend in the state. Referring demand of IPFT is unrealistic in consideration to geographical position of Tripura he said IPFT is trying to attract people before next ADC election. Comparing the slogan of IPFT with terrorist of underground he said, they will fail to divert the people of the state. He stressed on strengthening ADC by socio – economic development of tribal people and upgrading them as a complete race by development of culture and heritage.

Speaking on the occasion former leader of TYF and Forest Minister Naresh Jamatia said that Tripura is indivisible and inseparable. The demand of IPFT is not reasonable. Criticizing Harinath Debbaram and N.C. Debbarma for creating communal disturbance in the state he said ADC is inseparable like heart of the body. He said, IPFT converted ADC into cremation ground while it was in power. Thousands of people were murdered by terrorists and peace set up with lot of struggle .Describing the development of state in all respect he stressed on spreading the massage of harmony and peace through the grand rally. He said, we want to stop divisive trend of separatist power for ever.

Speaking on the occasion DYFI State secretary Amal Chakraborty condemned IPFT for winning ADC election by rigging. He said peace and harmony established here with lot of struggle. He said the DYFI will spread the message of peace and harmony. Among others former TYF leader Radhachanran Debbarma, TSU leader Tapan Debbarma were delivered speech on the occasion. At last a grand rally of TYF and TSU including school and college students paraded different streets of the city with massage of peace, harmony and development in the state.