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TEZPUR, Aug 25 - As part of the ongoing movement on the Bodoland issue, the All Bodo Students� Union (ABSU) in association with the NDFB (P and R) and the People�s Joint Action Committee for Bodoland Movement (PJACBM) has resolved to stage a series of movement from�August 28, including�the national highway blockade for 10 hours by the Bodo women.

Highlighting the programme details before media here, ABSU president Pramod Boro said besides the above mentioned agenda, the organisations would register strong protest against the BJP Government�s indifferent attitude towards the long pending problems of the Bodo people through�12 hours Assam bandh on�September 12, an indefinite mass hunger strike from�October 1, 24 hours railway blockade in October and indefinite economic blockade in November.

�The movement for creation of �Bodoland� has been going on for the last fifty years. Although two accords were signed with a view to bring solution to the Bodoland issue, the fundamental questions such as protection and preservation of the political rights of the Bodos and promotion of their identity, language, culture, traditions and customs have not been addressed by those two accords,� said Boro, adding, �the Government of India is apathetic towards the Bodo movement and is not sincere enough to solve the long pending issue.�

Relief distributed: The members of the Bar Association of Tezpur in association with the District Legal Service Authority (DLSA), Sonitpur,�judiciary and employees of the District Judge and Chief Judicial Magistrate, Sonitpur, Tezpur visited the flood-affected areas of Kukurkata and Hatimura villages of Jhaklabandha and distributed food items and other relief materials among the marooned people.

The team consists of advocates Somitra Borthakur,�Biren Borah, Pulin Biswas, Nilakshya Sarma, Ptanjyoti Saikia, Rupjyoti Barua and Tapan Ghosh and other staff of the DLSA and the judiciary also visited the Misa relief camp and other roadside camps to distribute relief materials.

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ABSU to intensify movement on Bodoland issue

TEZPUR, Aug 25 - As part of the ongoing movement on the Bodoland issue, the All Bodo Students� Union (ABSU) in association with the NDFB (P and R) and the People�s Joint Action Committee for Bodoland Movement (PJACBM) has resolved to stage a series of movement from�August 28, including�the national highway blockade for 10 hours by the Bodo women.

Highlighting the programme details before media here, ABSU president Pramod Boro said besides the above mentioned agenda, the organisations would register strong protest against the BJP Government�s indifferent attitude towards the long pending problems of the Bodo people through�12 hours Assam bandh on�September 12, an indefinite mass hunger strike from�October 1, 24 hours railway blockade in October and indefinite economic blockade in November.

�The movement for creation of �Bodoland� has been going on for the last fifty years. Although two accords were signed with a view to bring solution to the Bodoland issue, the fundamental questions such as protection and preservation of the political rights of the Bodos and promotion of their identity, language, culture, traditions and customs have not been addressed by those two accords,� said Boro, adding, �the Government of India is apathetic towards the Bodo movement and is not sincere enough to solve the long pending issue.�

Relief distributed: The members of the Bar Association of Tezpur in association with the District Legal Service Authority (DLSA), Sonitpur,�judiciary and employees of the District Judge and Chief Judicial Magistrate, Sonitpur, Tezpur visited the flood-affected areas of Kukurkata and Hatimura villages of Jhaklabandha and distributed food items and other relief materials among the marooned people.

The team consists of advocates Somitra Borthakur,�Biren Borah, Pulin Biswas, Nilakshya Sarma, Ptanjyoti Saikia, Rupjyoti Barua and Tapan Ghosh and other staff of the DLSA and the judiciary also visited the Misa relief camp and other roadside camps to distribute relief materials.

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