Demanding change and reform in the state cabinet as well as in the organization rebel MLAs of Tripura BJP continues their struggle. After meeting with JP Nadda last month, the National President of the party, rebel MLAs are now at the door of Himanta Biswa Sarma, the convenor of the NEDA. Himanta generally known as very much close to Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Home Minister Amit Shah. Seven rebel MLAs Sudip Roy Barman, Ramprasad Paul, Dibachandra Hrangkhawl, Asish Saha, Sushanta Chowdhury, Burbo Mohan Tripura and Ashish Das are already now in guwahati to meet Himanta. Two more MLAs, Parimal Debbarma and Pramod Reang to join them today. Their only demand is to reshuffle and reform in the Cabinet and in the organization. According to the political analysts this could be their last attempt. After this only the floor test will remain as the last option for the rebels.