CHINI KHORANG, 26TH JUNE 2020, AGARTALA
Today The Tripura indigenous peoples’ Press Association (TIPPA), the only biggest journalist organization among indigenous people move forward to the secretariat office to meet Honorable Chief Minister Mr. Biplab Kumar Deb. The Executives of the Association extended their greetings and highlighted their deprivation and difficulties while reporting news in TTAADC area. The Honorable Chief Minister of Tripura listened to their problems anxiously, after a long discussion they handed over the memorandum enclosed by their demands. The Association strongly urged to the Chief minister for developing press club in the Khumulwng,TTAADC. The Association also extended their gratitude to the Secretary of Agartala Press Club Mr. Pranab Sarkar and Tripura electronic Media Society Secretary Mr. Surajit Pal for their support and help.
26th June 2020 : Tripura Indigenous Peoples’ Press Association (TIPPA) is the first media association in The state of Tripura among the Indigenous press workers to be recognized as an associate branch of Tripura Journalist Union. Its head office is in Khumwlwng, TTAADC, where more than 50 media persons working in different Electronics, Print, Web, New media are actively involved.
On 26th June 2020 Tripura Indigenous Peoples’ Press Association’s Executives bodies have met with Hon’ble CM Shri. Biplab Kumar Deb in Secretariat office. During the meeting with CM the delegates present on the occasion were Mr. Pranab Sarkar, Secretary of Agartala Press Club, Mr. Sourajit Pal, Secretary of Tripura Electronic Media Society, Mr. Angshu Debbarma, President of TIPPA, Mr. Ranjit Debbarma, Secretary of TIPPA, Mr. Manas Debbarma, Asst. Secretary of TIPPA, Mr. Nripendra Debbarma, Vice-President of TIPPA, Mr. Amulya Debbarma, Treasurer of TIPPA and other executive members.
On behalf of TIPPA a Memorandum of four point demands were handed over to Hon’ble CM Biplab Kr. Deb by Mr. Angshu Debbarma, President of TIPPA.
The four point demands are :
a. To establish a Press Club in Khumwlwng where Indigenous press workers alongwith all the media persons throughout the State of Tripura can have permanent office for Press Meets, Social activities and so on.
b. To provide accreditation card for the Indigenous Media workers.
c. To provide safeguard of Indigenous Reporters and field workers.
d. To include all the Kokborok Channels of Tripura under ICA with grade categories.
Hon’ble CM have positively responded to the four point demands put up by Tripura Indigenous Peoples’ Press Association (TIPPA) and have given assurance for development.