TTAADC seeks Governor's intervention over Roman script for Kok-Borok
By Our Correspondent, 24/11/2021, Agartala

The Chief Executive Member of the TTAADC on Wednesday written to the Governor and sought his intervention in consideration of the Roman script in Kok-Borok language of  the state.

“TTAADC Primary School (Language Regulation) 1992-Second Amendment Bill which seeks to adopt Roman script for Kok-Borok language was passed and sent to the Directorate of Welfare of Scheduled Tribes for obtaining consent of the Governor of Tripura, but it is still awaited” the letter stated.  

Meanwhile the TIPRA Motha chief Pradyot Kishore Deb Burman had said, “We have written to the governor for consideration of the Roman script to be used in kok borok . This bill was passed by the council on the 7th of august 2000 - for 21 years this bill is with the governor’s office. Either he should reject it or accept it - but to play with our indigenous peoples emotions is wrong.”