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ABSU stage blockades for separate Bodoland

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KOKRAJHAR, Aug 30 - Traffic on the National Highway 31-C in Kokrajhar district was disrupted this morning for nearly five hours following a blockade at Karigaon by the All Bodo Student�s Union and other allied organisations demanding immediate creation of a separate Bodoland State.

Hundreds of members and supporters of All Bodo Student�s Union (ABSU), National Democratic Front of Bodoland (Progressive) and People�s Joint Action Committee for Bodoland Movement (PJACBM) assembled at Karigaon on NH 31-C in Kokrajhar with banners, festoons and placards to stage a blockade which began from 6 am. They shouted slogans demanding a separate Bodoland State.

The blockade programme was led by ABSU secretary Lorence Islary, vice president of NDFB (P) B Jaikhlong, NDFB (P) Army chief B Sudem, UPP, MCLA, Moathi Brahma Hazoary, UPP president UG Brahma, among others.

Later ABSU also submitted a memorandum to the Prime Minister of India through the Deputy Commissioner of Kokrajhar.

Biswanath Chariali: To put pressure on the State and Central governments for a separate Bodoland State, several Bodo organisations staged a five-hour-long National Highway blockade titled, �Blockade for Solution� at Barigaon, Gohpur in Biswanath district from 6 am to 11 am today. The organisations include All Bodo Student�s Union, National Democratic Front of Bodoland (P) and People Joint Action Committee for Bodoland Movement. Later, through a press release, they informed that the said Bodo organisations along with dozens of like-minded organisations were going to resume the Bodoland movement after two-and-half years of wait, as the NDA government at the Centre had made false promises of solving the Bodoland issue. They also threatened to hold a series of agitational programmes including road blockade and business establishment bandhs, rail blockade and a maha rally in the near future.

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ABSU stage blockades for separate Bodoland

KOKRAJHAR, Aug 30 - Traffic on the National Highway 31-C in Kokrajhar district was disrupted this morning for nearly five hours following a blockade at Karigaon by the All Bodo Student�s Union and other allied organisations demanding immediate creation of a separate Bodoland State.

Hundreds of members and supporters of All Bodo Student�s Union (ABSU), National Democratic Front of Bodoland (Progressive) and People�s Joint Action Committee for Bodoland Movement (PJACBM) assembled at Karigaon on NH 31-C in Kokrajhar with banners, festoons and placards to stage a blockade which began from 6 am. They shouted slogans demanding a separate Bodoland State.

The blockade programme was led by ABSU secretary Lorence Islary, vice president of NDFB (P) B Jaikhlong, NDFB (P) Army chief B Sudem, UPP, MCLA, Moathi Brahma Hazoary, UPP president UG Brahma, among others.

Later ABSU also submitted a memorandum to the Prime Minister of India through the Deputy Commissioner of Kokrajhar.

Biswanath Chariali: To put pressure on the State and Central governments for a separate Bodoland State, several Bodo organisations staged a five-hour-long National Highway blockade titled, �Blockade for Solution� at Barigaon, Gohpur in Biswanath district from 6 am to 11 am today. The organisations include All Bodo Student�s Union, National Democratic Front of Bodoland (P) and People Joint Action Committee for Bodoland Movement. Later, through a press release, they informed that the said Bodo organisations along with dozens of like-minded organisations were going to resume the Bodoland movement after two-and-half years of wait, as the NDA government at the Centre had made false promises of solving the Bodoland issue. They also threatened to hold a series of agitational programmes including road blockade and business establishment bandhs, rail blockade and a maha rally in the near future.

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