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CAB Protester Tripura leaders, Antony, Hrangkhawl fell into BJP-IPFT’s JUMLA trap before ADC Election : Meeting with Amit Shah turned a photo-op, no written outcome, CAB debate continues
TIWN Dec 12, 2019
CAB Protester Tripura leaders, Antony, Hrangkhawl fell into BJP-IPFT’s JUMLA trap before ADC Election : Meeting with Amit Shah turned a photo-op, no written outcome, CAB debate continues
PHOTO : Amit Shah's meeting with 'Joint movement' and IPFT leaders on December 12, 2019

AGARTALA / NEW DELHI, Dec 12 (TIWN): BJP-IPFT succeeded in silencing CAB protests in Tripura by luring CAB protesters Joint Forum Leaders Antony Debbarma, Bijoy Hrangkhawl into Delhi into believing that Home Minister Amit Shah may spare Tripura from CAB. But the reality is before ADC Election, these 3 days long CAB protest was successful to such extent that Biplab Deb led BJP-IPFT had no other option, other than pacifying Joint Forum Leaders at any cost. Today Joint Forum Leaders Antony Debbarma, Bijoy Hrangkhawl in a prearranged meeting with Amit Shah failed to get any word from Amit Shah on CAB’s exclusion from Tripura. Also Tripura’s Royal Scion Pradyot Manikya met Union Home Minister but no positive outcomes from Amit Shah.Today Joint Forum Leaders Antony Debbarma, Bijoy Hrangkhawl in a prearranged meeting with Amit Shah failed to get any written assurance from Amit Shah on Tripura’s exclusion from CAB. Also Tripura’s Royal Scion Pradyot Manikya met Union Home Minister but no positive outcomes other than assurances from Amit Shah.

Many CAB protestors across Tripura are still wondering why in such a hurry Joint Forum leaders called off CAB protest yesterday when no positive word from Amit Shah on Tripura’s exclusion from CAB. From sources it’s found that, IPFT’s Mebar Kumar Jamatia and BJP’s other Tiprasa Leaders including Jishnu Debbarma wanted to end this CAB protest so that BJP-IPFT can gain politically in ADC Election. Today’s Delhi meeting was a trap by Jumla regime so that Tripura CAB protests can be muted, also to benefit BJP-IPFT politically in upcoming ADC Election.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uB-3BudwgYE&feature=youtu.be 

Click TIWN YouTube link to listen Bijoy Hrangkhawl's statement after meeting Amit Shah

Why It is a JUMLA ? 98% literacy rate holding Northeast Indian state Tripura’s people understood BJP’s JUMLA “written” promises like 50,000 Govt jobs in 1 year to SMART Phones for each youth and now when ADC election is knocking the doors and Anti-CAB protests hit across Tripura, Union Home Minister Amit Shah has sustained innocent Tripura leaders by “words” on CAB whereas Govt of India would not release notification making stands clear on CAB. In a separate meeting Union Home Minsiter Amit Shah met IPFT leaders and Joint Movement Against CAB from Tripura. After meeting, Amit Shah said, “Modi government will try to solve their issues in a positive way”. Neither he said, “No Implementation of CAB” nor anything confirmed in written form but said will “TRY” to solve and experience says, it’s to be ADC JUMLA jointly played by BJP and IPFT both and the Joint movement either fell on the JUMLA or living in ‘Fools Paradise’.

‘Modi Govt will ‘TRY’ to solve issues on CAB’, Amit Shah’s tweet after meeting regional party leaders likely ADC-election JUMLA

Anti-CAB Protest in Tripura : The Anti-CAB stir started in Tripura on December 9 and continued till December 11, however, as violence escalated regional party leaders called for peace and instructed party workers not to harm anyone as their protest is not against any Community but against only and only CAB. Then on yesterday the “Joint Movement” was called for a dialogue exchange meeting chaired by Chief Minister Biplab Deb and Dy CM Jishnu Debbarma and today Govt sent them to Delhi. After the meeting, a section of media persons were set by plan (said sources) and then Bijoy Hrangkhawl and other leaders talked to media. But no solution yet, rather Amit Shah said, “Will TRY to solve the issue”. However, the regional party leaders seemed happy after the meeting without outcome also.

Question is, when 2018’s Vision Document's written promises were denied to fulfill how Govt of India can fulfill when clear stand on "CAB in or out in Tripura" was given indeed today ?

Rahul Gandhi's statement : Senior Congress leader and MP Rahul Gandhi on Tuesday attacked the Centre over the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Bill or CAB. He also slammed those supporting the bill, which he said is an attempt to destroy the foundation of India.

"The #CAB is an attack on the Indian constitution. Anyone who supports it is attacking and attempting to destroy the foundation of our nation," Rahul Gandhi tweeted.

Earlier, his sister and Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra came down hard on the bill and indicated that CAB threatens the freedom for which "our forefathers gave their lifeblood".

National Congress's statement today : In the backdrop of rising tide of protests against the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill in northeastern states, the Congress on Thursday accused the Centre of replicating Kashmir "phenomena" in the region by deploying Army and banning mobile internet.

 Congress leader of the House Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury raised the issue in the Lok Sabha during Zero Hour, a day after the Army was deployed in Guwahati after the state administration clamped an indefinite curfew in the city along with a mobile internet ban in ten Assam districts.  The steps were taken in Assam as part of clampdown to stem the rising protest against the CAB, which was passed by the Rajya Sabha on Wednesday.  In Tripura, Assam Rifles units were deployed to prevent a return of Tuesday''s violent protests.  "In the wake of Citizenship Bill that has been passed in both the houses of Parliament, the entire northeast region is in turmoil. Already Army has been deployed, internet services have been discontinued. Kashmir phenomena have been replicated in the northeast region," Chowdhury said.  The MP from West Bengal also alleged that the situation in Kashmir is not "normal" because of the Central government.  "Now, northeast is turning like that. Both the areas are of strategic importance," he said urging the government to help solve the issue.  He said that Bangladesh government jumped in saying, "what is being done by Indian government is not fine. "Lakhs of crores of Hindus reside in Bangladesh peacefully."  Interrupting the Congress leader, Lok Sabha Speaker remarked: "Bangladesh and the UK cannot run India''s Parliament. In Indian Parliament, rules and procedures will be followed as per Indian Constitution; it will not be guided by any country."  

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