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Tipraland State Party
|President||Chittaranjan (C.R) Debbarma|
|Founder||Chitta-Ranjan Debbarma, David Murasing and Ranchak Kwthang|
|Founded||25 October 2015|
|Merged into||Tipraha Indigenous Progressive Regional Alliance|
|Ideology|| Tripuri nationalism |
|ECI Status||Regional Party (Tripura)|
Tipraland State Party (TSP) was a regional political party in Tripura, India.
TSP beliefs relate to Tripuri nationalism, social reformation, and revolution for the Tripuri nation. The main demand of the party is to elevate Tripura Tribal Areas Autonomous District Council to Tipraland statehood under Article 3 of the Indian Constitution. TSP used to be active in the Indigenous Tripuri areas of Tripura between 2015 and 2021.
The party was formed on October 25, 2015, by retired Tripura Civil Service (TCS) Officer Chitta Ranjan Debbarma and former Vice President of Twipra Students' Federation (TSF) Ex-Member, Advisory Board, TSF; onetime General Secretary, Tripura Tribal Officers' Forum. Shri Sonacharan Debbarma is the vice-president.
The founding president is Debbarma.
The TSP leaders submitted a memorandum demanding that Tipraland be made a state to Shri Narendra Modi, the Prime Minister of India on 1 April 2018. He assured them he would examine the issue and emphasized that discussions and meetings should continue on the issue.
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