The Tipra Motha Party, which emerged as the second largest party in the recent Tripura elections, today said it is ready for talks with the BJP on the basis of a Constitutional solution for the state.
This comes after Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma offered to resume talks with the tribal-dominated party led by former royal scion Pradyot Manikya Debbarman.
“I’ve heard the statement of Assam Chief Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma that they are ready to hold talks with us. If they call us with dignity and respect, we will sit with them for talks, but not on the basis of any post. We will talk with them only on the basis of the Constitutional solution of Tripura,” said Mr Debbarman.
“We are the indigenous people of Tripura. If you think you can rule Tripura by ignoring our rights, then you will face problem. Tipra Motha was formed for …