The Tripura Merger Agreement Was Signed On

At the time of this contract, the Maharajah must acquire full ownership, exploitation and enjoyment of all private property owned by him (unlike public real estate). The Maharajah will present to the Dominion government, before October 10, 1949, an inventory of all the real estate, securities and cash holdings he held as such. In the event of a dispute over whether a property is private property of the maharajah or state property, it is referred to a magistrate who can be appointed a judge of his court and the decision of that official is final and binding on both parties. His son Kirit Bikram Kishore Deb Barman succeeds him, who was a minor at the time of the merger. As such, a regency council was formed to lead the administration under the presidency of Queen Kanchan Prava Devi, the widow of Bir Bikram Kishore. Prava Devi played an important role in the merger of Tripura in the Indian Union. After facing a crisis of both internal and external forces, she was put under pressure and decided to join the Indian Union. On the advice of the Indian government, she dissolved the Regent`s Council and was the sole regent on 12 January 1948. On September 9, 1949, she signed the « Tripura Merger Agreement » and was a member of the Indian Union effective October 15, 1949. It was then managed by the Chief Commissioner as a Category C state.

At the time of this contract, the Maharajah must acquire full ownership, exploitation and enjoyment of all private property owned by him (unlike public real estate). [1] Two Manipur-based extremist organizations – the Coordinating Committee (CorCom) and the Alliance of Socialist Unity, Kangleipak (ASUK) – and the Tripura-based National Liberation Front (NLFT) announced the closure to mark the « forced merger » of the two states with India on 15 October 1949. 4. I hereby declare that, according to the Dominion of India, I am assured that an agreement will be reached between the Governor General and the sovereign of that State, according to which and the function of managing a law on domination in that state will be exercised by the sovereign of that state. On November 1, 1949, Tripura was the prime time state. The last king Bir Bikram was on the throne, just before India`s independence. But he died on May 17, 1947, in Agartala, could not see the dawn of India`s independence. Conflict phase (12 March 1989-present): The National Liberation Front of Tripura (NLFT) was established on 12 March 1989 in opposition to the government. Supporters of the Indian-Marxist Communist Party (CPI-M) and the Indian National Congress (INC) clashed on 8 July 1990, resulting in the deaths of six people.

On 11 July 1990, former members of the Triura Nationale Volunteers (TNV) led by Ranjit Debbarma founded the All Tripura Tiger Force (ATTF) on 11 July 1990. Supporters of the Indian-Marxist Communist Party (CPI-M) and the Indian National Congress (INC) clashed in Udaypur on 24 May 1991, causing the deaths of two people.