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AASU seeks security in vulnerable areas

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GUWAHATI, Jan 5 � Most of the inmates of the relief camps set up after the recent massacre by NDFB(S) militants are willing to return home, but the Government will have to provide adequate security in the vulnerable areas to instill a sense of confidence in the minds of the people, said adviser to the All Assam Students� Union (AASU) Samujjal Bhattacharya.

Talking to The Assam Tribune, Bhattacharya appreciated different Bodo and Adivasi organisations for their role in defusing the tension following the tragic killings. The AASU and representatives of different organisations including the All Bodo Students� Union (ABSU), Bodo Sahitya Sabha, Adivasi Students� Association and All Assam Tea Tribes Students Association visited the relief camps and the affected districts to instill a sense of confidence in the minds of the people of both communities.

Bhattacharya said the visits helped in building confidence in the minds of the people of Bodo and Adivasi communities, but the Government would have to play its part in this regard. The Government would have to ensure visible security presence in the vulnerable areas and fixed security pickets should be provided so that the people can return home, he demanded. He further said that the Government should expedite the process of payment of compensation to the next of kin of those killed and also to those whose houses were burnt down. The condition of the roads should be improved to facilitate free movement of security personnel whenever required, he said.

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AASU seeks security in vulnerable areas

GUWAHATI, Jan 5 � Most of the inmates of the relief camps set up after the recent massacre by NDFB(S) militants are willing to return home, but the Government will have to provide adequate security in the vulnerable areas to instill a sense of confidence in the minds of the people, said adviser to the All Assam Students� Union (AASU) Samujjal Bhattacharya.

Talking to The Assam Tribune, Bhattacharya appreciated different Bodo and Adivasi organisations for their role in defusing the tension following the tragic killings. The AASU and representatives of different organisations including the All Bodo Students� Union (ABSU), Bodo Sahitya Sabha, Adivasi Students� Association and All Assam Tea Tribes Students Association visited the relief camps and the affected districts to instill a sense of confidence in the minds of the people of both communities.

Bhattacharya said the visits helped in building confidence in the minds of the people of Bodo and Adivasi communities, but the Government would have to play its part in this regard. The Government would have to ensure visible security presence in the vulnerable areas and fixed security pickets should be provided so that the people can return home, he demanded. He further said that the Government should expedite the process of payment of compensation to the next of kin of those killed and also to those whose houses were burnt down. The condition of the roads should be improved to facilitate free movement of security personnel whenever required, he said.