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Tripura Cabinet Proposes The Autonomous Council More Power

Tripura Cabinet Proposes The Autonomous Council More Power

The Ministry of Home Affairs required the State's proposal to improve the Autonomous District Council of Tripura Tribal Areas (TTAADC).

Seven recommendations have been sent to the MHA by the State Cabinet.

The State Cabinet also agreed to strengthen the Autonomous District Council of Tripura Tribal Area (TTAADC).

The recommendations were also accepted by the cabinet.

State Minister of Education Ratan Lal Nath revealed the plans to the press on Thursday.

He said no more than 50 seats in the ADC had been requested by the government while six members were elected.

Three of them are reserved for women, and three of them among 19 tribes in Tripura should be nominated from unrepresented tribals.

The TTAADC now has 28 seats and the government is nominating two.

The government also recommended that the TTAADC name be changed.

The government proposed that the TTAADC be renamed' The Territorial Council of Twipra.'

Third, for conducting elections in ADC, the Governor will appoint a Tripura government secretary level or higher.

Nonetheless, the most relevant idea is to farm in forest areas.

Now Tripura's indigenous people enjoy the forest land, but the government has proposed to have titles over them from now on.

In addition, the terms of the Constitution's 11th and 12th schedules would refer to ADC to create elected three-tier panchayats and local bodies such as the nagar panchayats and municipalities.

There would be a new Tripura Territorial Planning Committee where the chairman of the block council, the chairman of the municipal council and elected members would be present.

This committee will decide on the development program that will take place in various TTC areas.

As per the 11th Schedule, the State Government also proposed to hand over to the council such as Industry, Communication, Primary and Secondary Education, Agriculture, Fisheries, etc.


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