During 2-day state conference, Tripura Rajya Upajati Ganamukti Parishad, an indigenous wing of Left Front, passes resolution to connect youths with party
Agartala: The Tripura Rajya Upajati Ganamukti Parishad (TRUGMP), an indigenous wing of the Left front, has passed a resolution to connect youths with the party and its ideology at the end of the two-day state conference, said senior CPI-M leader and president of Gana Mukti Parishad (GMP, Tripura) Jitendra Chaudhury.
Speaking in a press conference at the end of the 22nd state conference held at Agartala town hall, Chaudhury said that the GMP has passed a resolution to connect the younger generation with the party in order to make them aware of the ongoing issue across the nation.
The GMP has decided to connect with youths. Measures to bring back the confidence of the youths would be initiated, GMP general secretary Radhacharan Debbarma said.
“A 137-member new committee was formed along with an executive committee of 25 members at the end of the state conference. A total of 594 delegates out of the total 600 remained present during the event,” Chaudhury said.
He also said that in the state conference, issues like financial, education, health, empowerment was discussed and the ongoing democratic movements across the state was also reviewed.
“The discussion includes, the most controversial and opposed CAA, NPR was made. We have discussed on uniting the people from all sections and tribes to fight against the policies of the Centre”, Chaudhury said.
The problems being faced in autonomous district council (ADC) was also discussed. Even though the ADC has two-third of the entire geographical area with just one-third of the total population, the area has remained isolated. It needs attention from the government. The state can only develop if the people living in the ADC can contribute to the development, the senior leader claimed.
“In the last three decades, the fight for empowering the ADC has been placed but both the UPA and NDA government have ignored the demand. The present government has announced to increase the seat of the ADC, but even though dates for the polls are coming so positive sign is seen yet,” Chaudhury added.
Earlier on Saturday, CPI-M politburo member Brinda Karat lashed at the Union home minister Amit Shah for his comments made during the Delhi poll campaigns against the Shaheen Baagh protester and said Amit Shah is not a home minister but hate minister of the country.
Karat attacked on the BJP-led Central government saying it is fulfilling the agenda of communally polarizing people by using the strength of majority in Parliament.
“The BJP thinks they can do anything with the majority at their hands. They have started fulfilling their agenda using the majority and dividing people on the basis of religion. The people have started protesting against it and they have realized their mistakes,” Karat said.