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Refugee settlement in multiple Tripura districts

  by NEWSNER , 2020-12-01 12:35:37


Refugee settlement in multiple Tripura districts

Clearing all questions, the Tripura government has said in an explanation that it has recognized different areas spread across six of the eight regions of the State for resettlement of the Reang tribal refugees. "The cases that the resettlement would happen in any one area or sub-division are totally bogus," said the articulation. 

 

Prior, Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb had said in Agartala that the cycle of recovery of the ancestral displaced people got deferred because of the COVID-19 pandemic yet the Center and the State government were focused on settling these transients in Tripura. 

 

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The tumult and inconclusive closure — which started in the Kanchanpur sub-division restricting the BJP-drove Tripura governments choice to restore a huge number of Reang ancestral displaced people — were suspended following nine days as of late. The Reang ancestral evacuees protected in seven alleviation camps in two northern Tripura sub-divisions had fled to bordering Mizoram 23 years back, following ethnic hardship in the State. The heads of the Joint Movement Committee (JMC), involving two associations — Nagarik Suraksha Mancha (Citizen Protection Forum) and Mizo Convention, speaking to the non-tribals and the Lusaitribals, which led the inconclusive closure since November 16 — held a gathering with Chief Minister Biplab Kumar Deb in Agartala. Vice president Minister Jishnu Dev Varma, Law and Education Minister Ratan Lal Nath and high ranking representatives of the public authority were likewise present in the significant gathering.

 

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