Attempt A Brief Note On The Merger Agreement Of Tripura

The state of Tipra was one of the ancient princely states of the world. After the “Rajmala” or the Chronicles of Tripura, before its merger with the Indian Union in 1949, up to 184 Tripuri kings with sovereign and independent status were ruled without interruption, the last king Bir Bikram Kishore Manikya Bahadur Debbarma. His successor, Kirit Bikram Debbarma, was a miner and lived only 13 years old and still lives today as a living royal symbol of Tipra`s history. King Bir Bikram died in 1947. Then the Regent Council was formed to run the administration under the chairmanship of Queen Kanchanprabha Devi, Kirit Bikram`s mother. Within a few months of the unnatural death of King Bir Bikram Kishore, Tipra faced a major crisis and there was a threat from both internal and external forces. 6. Nothing in this instrument authorizes the Dominion legislature to enact any law for that State, which authorizes the compulsory acquisition of land for any purpose, but I undertake that, for the purposes of a Dominion law which applies in that State, the Dominion deems it necessary to acquire any country, I transfer the country at their expense at their request or if the country belongs to me, transfer it to them on the agreed terms or late in the agreement appointed by an arbitrator appointed by the Supreme Judge of Delhi. * [ official website of the current state of Tripura] 4. I hereby declare that I have joined the Dominion of India in assuring that an agreement will be concluded between the Governor-General and the Governor of that State, according to which and the function of managing a law of domination in that State shall be exercised by the Sovereign of that State, then such an agreement shall be considered part of that instrument and shall be interpreted and effective The State of Tripura was one of the former States. princely of India.

According to the Rajmala (the Chronicles of kings), Tripura was permanently ruled by up to 184 Tripuri kings with sovereign and independent status before it merged with the Indian Union in 1949, after the death of the last king in power, Bir Bikram Kishore Debbarman. His successor, Kirit Bikram Kishore Deb Barman, was thirteen years old at the time of the merger. King Bir Bikram Kishore Debbarman had died in 1947, after which a regency council was formed to run the administration under the chairmanship of Queen Kanchan Prava Devi, mother of Kirit Bikram Kishore Deb Barman. The state of Tripura, with its isolated location, but which occupies a strategic position on the eastern border of India, has an ancient history and a rich culture. However, the division of the country has posed a large number of problems for this small State that it has not been able to solve without assistance in the current state of its development. The Government of India and your Highness of the Regent Maharani, acting on behalf of the little ruler, have concluded that it is indispensable, in the interest of the State and its people and the country as a whole, that the Centre be held responsible for its management of the State and the well-being of its people. Tripura thus becomes a centrally managed area from today. [2] I am very grateful to Your Highness for reaching this agreement.

Her task was not an easy one in the particular situation she found herself in. I am sure that Providence will reward her for the courage and boldness with which she made this decision. All I can say to the people of Tripura is that although far (and isolated) from the capital of the country, it will always seek our attention and we will do our best to ensure that its connection and connection to the main country is strengthened and that it gets closer to us. . . .

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