Teliamura, 29th of January 2024 : Tipraha Indigenous Progressive Regional Alliance (TIPRA) Motha activists staged road blockade here on Assam-Agartala National Highway at Mungiakami on Monday (29th January, 2024). To protect the common people from wild elephants along with the demand for immediate demarcation of Patta recipients – based on these two demands, the TIPRA Motha activists participated in the road blockade. Group of wild elephants rampaged indiscriminately in the Krishnapur, Mungiakami area under Teliamura sub-division. Wild elephants went on rampage and caused extensive damage to agricultural crops including houses.
The blockaders said that the people of the tribal communities where the Pattas were given should be demarked immediately and the administration should come forward to take necessary measures to protect them from the attack of wild elephants. The blockaders also said that, Why demarcation is not being provided in the case of Patta for a long time? why is the administration not taking a strong role in stopping the rampage of wild elephants? The MLA of 29 Krishnapur Assembly Constituency and Tribal Welfare, Handloom, Handicrafts & Sericulture, Statistics Minister Bikash Debbarma had promised that necessary action would be taken, but the administration has not taken any action. As a result, on Monday, the main opposition party in the State, led by TIPRA Motha, was blocked the National Highway in Mungiakami market.
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Due to road blockage about five hours, no vehicle couldn’t go anywhere, some people suffered mentally and financially affected. However, the blockaders handed over the memorandum to Sub Divisional Magistrate Abhijit Chakraborty. Afterwards the blockade has been withdrawn. Amidst the leaders there were EM, TTAADC Kamal Kalai, Manihar Debbarma, Mahendra Debbarma and many others remained present in the blockade gathering.