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AAGSU call for communal harmony at Langpi

By Correspondent

UDALGURI, May 20 � The Udalguri district committee of All Assam Gorkha Students� Union (AAGSU) has appealed to maintain communal harmony at Langpi on Assam-Meghalaya border under Boko LAC in Kamrup district and condemned the incidence of Khasi-Gorkha conflict.

An AAGSU press release issued by Shanta Shapati, publicity secretary of Udalguri district AAGSU, alleged that the Langpi incident occurred due to the negligence of Assam government and conspiracy of Meghalaya government and said that the Gorkhas of Assam would never wish Langpi to be included on the map of Meghalaya. An emergent meeting of the students� organisation was also held on May 18 last at its district AAGSU office with Dipak Dahal, president of Udalguri district AAGSU in the chair, the press release added.

Meanwhile, another press release of Asom Nepali Sahitya Sabha (ANSS) also expressed its grave concern over the Langpi incident and its follow-up reaction in Latumbai in Jayantia Hills where the villagers of Gorkha community are being harassed by some antisocial elements. KB Chetry and Madan Thapa, president and secretary general of the premier Nepali literary organisation of the State urged the State governments of Assam and Meghalaya to ensure security of the innocent Gorkha people living in Meghalaya and along the Assam-Meghalaya border at the earliest, the press release added.

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AAGSU call for communal harmony at Langpi

UDALGURI, May 20 � The Udalguri district committee of All Assam Gorkha Students� Union (AAGSU) has appealed to maintain communal harmony at Langpi on Assam-Meghalaya border under Boko LAC in Kamrup district and condemned the incidence of Khasi-Gorkha conflict.

An AAGSU press release issued by Shanta Shapati, publicity secretary of Udalguri district AAGSU, alleged that the Langpi incident occurred due to the negligence of Assam government and conspiracy of Meghalaya government and said that the Gorkhas of Assam would never wish Langpi to be included on the map of Meghalaya. An emergent meeting of the students� organisation was also held on May 18 last at its district AAGSU office with Dipak Dahal, president of Udalguri district AAGSU in the chair, the press release added.

Meanwhile, another press release of Asom Nepali Sahitya Sabha (ANSS) also expressed its grave concern over the Langpi incident and its follow-up reaction in Latumbai in Jayantia Hills where the villagers of Gorkha community are being harassed by some antisocial elements. KB Chetry and Madan Thapa, president and secretary general of the premier Nepali literary organisation of the State urged the State governments of Assam and Meghalaya to ensure security of the innocent Gorkha people living in Meghalaya and along the Assam-Meghalaya border at the earliest, the press release added.