The Maharajah is entitled, just before 15 August 1947, to all the rights of personality, privileges, immunities and dignity that he enjoys as ruler of Tripura, whether within or in the noble state. 1. I have here from Clare that I intend to join the Dominion of India, that the Governor General of India, the Dominion of the Legislative Branch, the Federal Court of Justice and other Dominion authorities, which was instituted for the purposes of the Dominion, because of this my instrument of membership, but always under its terms and for the purposes of exercise Dominion with respect to the State TRIPURA (hereafter) , such functions as mine or by the Government of India Act 1953 in force of the Dominion of India will be in effect on August 15, 1947 (the law below referred to as the ”law”) and I also declare that the Dominion of India was delegated by such an agency and, in this way, as it deems appropriate. , with regard to the management of civil and criminal justice in that state, all authorities and jurisdictions that Her Majesty`s representative could exercise at any time for the performance of the Crown`s functions in their relations with the Indian States. 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. On 8 and 11 June 1991, at least ten people were killed in political violence in Tripura state. On 28 October 1991, government forces launched an offensive against All Tripura Tribal Force (ATTF) rebels in Tripura State. On 17 February 1992, the eight members of the Tripura Tribal Youth League (Tripjati Juba Samiti-TUJS), who were part of the government coalition in the 60-seat Legislative Assembly, resigned in protest at more than 500 starvation deaths in tribal areas in recent months.