JORHAT, May 20 � Demanding a permanent solution to the border problems along the Assam-Nagaland border the Jorhat district unit of AJYCP today staged a sit-in demonstration in front of the office of deputy commissioner and submitted a memorandum to the Chief Minister.
�Three reserve forests � Disoi, Disoi Valley and Tiru Hills � are under massive encroachment. Out of the total land area of these reserve forest 13322.86 hectare in Disoi Valley, 1632.34 hectare in Disoi and 4794.15 hectare in Tiru Hills reserve forest are under encroachment,� said Ritul Pathak, district secretary of AJYCP.
He said that encroachers from Nagaland side destroyed the forest areas along the border and posed a threat to the villagers in Jorhat district.
Taking part in the demon-stration State adviser of the AJYCP Putul Dutta and organising secretary Siba Kalita said that the State government should find out a solution which can make end to the problems.
The AJYCP also demanded compensation to the villagers of Assam�s side who lost livestock and other assets during the attack by the Naga miscreants in many bordering villages in Jorhat, Golaghat and Sivasagar district.