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NIPP condemn Tripura incidents

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Imphal, Aug 24: North East Indigenous People Parliament (NIPP) strongly condemn the attack by CPI-M and Bangladeshi refugee to the indigenous Tripuri people.
Speaking to media persons at Manipur Press Club today afternoon, coordinator of NIPP Ningthouja Lancha appealed the Chief Minister of Tripura and Central committee of CPI-M to apology to the people of the Tripura for yesterday incident at which around 6 people were kill and 41 others were left seriously injured besides raping of many indigenous Tripuri women by Bangladeshi refugees who called themselves as Tripuri.
Lancha warned serious agitation against the Bangladeshi Refugees across the entire North East Region if the kind of action continues.
“North East Indigenous People Parliament (NIPP) will organise strong agitation against all Bangladeshi refugees taking shelter at various part of the North East India.
Narrating on how yesterday’s incident happened; Lancha said that Indigenous Peoples Front Tripura (IPFT) was celebrating the 6th Schedule day at Stable ground now known as Swami Vevikananda Maidan. Following the celebration a mass rally was organised demanding a separate state for the Indigenous people Borok inside Tripura. However, CPI-M supporters and Bangladeshi refugees started pelting stones and beer bottle to disturb the rally.
As clashed broke out between the two groups the irate indigenous people burnt various vehicles including cars and bike. In retaliation, the Bangladeshi refugees assaulted, killed and raped the indigenous people, Lancha added.
He further added that Tripura government has shutdown internet and even TV channel to control the issue. 

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