Biplab Deb Requests Amit Shah Not To Withdraw Assam Rifles From Tripura

Tripura CM Biplab Kumar Deb called on the Union Minister for Home Affairs Amit Shah on June 17, 2019

Agartala, June 17, 2019

Tripura Chief Minister Biplab Deb on June 17th, 2019 requested the Union Home Ministry not to withdraw the Assam Rifles from Tripura and in case of withdrawal the assets and infrastructure of Assam Rifles to be handed over to State Government.

He has given a proposal for deployment of a Tripura State Rifles Battalion to outside of the state. “We also urged the Union Home Minister Amit Shah for completion of the leftover border fencing work on India Bangladesh border at Dhalai and Sipahijala district,” Deb said.

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Deb has given a proposal of deploying home guards in security sectors and also proposed reimbursement claim of Rs 91,27,316 which was spent for SRE for CPMF during 2015-16, a press communiqué stated.

Biplab Deb called on the Union Minister of Home Affairs Amit Shah on June 17th, 2019 in Delhi demanding special package for ADC area’s development. “Amit Shah has also proposed CM to take time bound action plans for the fast development of ADC areas,” a press communiqué stated. Deb also stressed various plans for uplifting the tribal youths and about various beneficiary schemes for uplifting the tribal students.

He also urged the Home Minister for speeding up the CBI investigation against Rose Valley and other Chit Fund agencies.

“Amit Shah has assured to CM that all issues shall be positively responded quickly for the betterment of Tripura,” Biplab Deb said.