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Baksa limping back to normalcy

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BARAMA, Aug 14 � The overall situation in Baksa is normal now as no fresh violence was reported so far. Non-political organisations as well as BPF in particular tried their best to restore peace in the district of Baksa. Police and security forces were immediately deployed soon when three persons were severely injured in Bennabari village in Baksa district by unidentified gunmen. The district administration, Baksa timely adopted every possible measure with quick law and order action in trouble torn places. The district administration imposed curfew in greater Mushalpur area particularly during night hours so that anti-social elements could not create sporadic incidents under the cover of darkness.

BPF district committee with the assistance of ABSU, Boro Sahitya Sabha, Sarania Kachari Students� Union organised several meetings in different places of the district and appealed for peace and harmony among different sections of people. Meetings were held at Dhamdhama, Barbari, Daodhar, Barama, Saokuchi, Pakalagi, Naokhali, Tamulpur, Goreswar and Mushalpur in Baksa district organised by BPF and local non-political organisations.

According to the report, the Baksa district administration headed by Babul Chandra Barbarua , the DC, Baksa also imposed curfew in greater Mushalpur following the incident of injuring three persons at village Bennabari on July 25 last as a result of which fresh incidents creating chaos and violence took place in the locality. Local people appreciated the timely action of the district administration. Boro Sahitya Sabha of Baksa district led by Atul Swargiary and Deobar Ramchiary, the president and secretary respectively also chalked out some measures so that people in Baksa could live in peace. The district BPF committee of Baksa also similarly chalked out some programmes from their turn and the workers of BPF committee visited some minority villages in the entire district.

Banomali Baro, the executive member of BTC, Buddhi Narjiary the Executive member of BTC, Munsing Brahma, the leader of BTC, Thaneswar Bar, the ex � MLA of Chapaguri constituency, Maneswar Brahma, the local MLA of Barama, Rama Kanta Basumatary along with other party leaders of BPF visited the entire Baksa and asked people to live in peace. They rooted out any difference between Bodo and non-Bodos. Moreover, the district BPF committee adopted a resolution condemning the incidents of violence that took place in the entire BTC. The committee also adopted another resolution that the party office bearers and workers would provide all possible help to the people who have been taking shelter in the relief camps in Kokrajhar district.

According the people, a large number of meetings locality organized in different places made alert to get rid of any sporadic incidents as a result of which the district could run in peace presently. A meeting held on July 30 last at Tamulpur under the president ship of Ganeh Kachari also condemned the incident of Kokrajhar district and other places while Mr Imanual Musahari, MLA appealed for peace in Baksa. The emergent meeting organized by Goreswar Block BPF committee under the president ship Pabitra Baro appealed to people of Hindu - Muslim, Baro non Bodos to not to be emotional in the president situation.

Representatives of different organisations like Boro Sahitya Sabha, All Bodo Students� Union and other non- political organisations sat down for parleys among different communities in many minority-dominated areas and chalked out some measures in order to allow peace to prevail in the district.

The police administration too claimed that a peaceful situation was presently prevailing in the district owing to round-the-clock vigil by the uniformed cadres.

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Baksa limping back to normalcy

BARAMA, Aug 14 � The overall situation in Baksa is normal now as no fresh violence was reported so far. Non-political organisations as well as BPF in particular tried their best to restore peace in the district of Baksa. Police and security forces were immediately deployed soon when three persons were severely injured in Bennabari village in Baksa district by unidentified gunmen. The district administration, Baksa timely adopted every possible measure with quick law and order action in trouble torn places. The district administration imposed curfew in greater Mushalpur area particularly during night hours so that anti-social elements could not create sporadic incidents under the cover of darkness.

BPF district committee with the assistance of ABSU, Boro Sahitya Sabha, Sarania Kachari Students� Union organised several meetings in different places of the district and appealed for peace and harmony among different sections of people. Meetings were held at Dhamdhama, Barbari, Daodhar, Barama, Saokuchi, Pakalagi, Naokhali, Tamulpur, Goreswar and Mushalpur in Baksa district organised by BPF and local non-political organisations.

According to the report, the Baksa district administration headed by Babul Chandra Barbarua , the DC, Baksa also imposed curfew in greater Mushalpur following the incident of injuring three persons at village Bennabari on July 25 last as a result of which fresh incidents creating chaos and violence took place in the locality. Local people appreciated the timely action of the district administration. Boro Sahitya Sabha of Baksa district led by Atul Swargiary and Deobar Ramchiary, the president and secretary respectively also chalked out some measures so that people in Baksa could live in peace. The district BPF committee of Baksa also similarly chalked out some programmes from their turn and the workers of BPF committee visited some minority villages in the entire district.

Banomali Baro, the executive member of BTC, Buddhi Narjiary the Executive member of BTC, Munsing Brahma, the leader of BTC, Thaneswar Bar, the ex � MLA of Chapaguri constituency, Maneswar Brahma, the local MLA of Barama, Rama Kanta Basumatary along with other party leaders of BPF visited the entire Baksa and asked people to live in peace. They rooted out any difference between Bodo and non-Bodos. Moreover, the district BPF committee adopted a resolution condemning the incidents of violence that took place in the entire BTC. The committee also adopted another resolution that the party office bearers and workers would provide all possible help to the people who have been taking shelter in the relief camps in Kokrajhar district.

According the people, a large number of meetings locality organized in different places made alert to get rid of any sporadic incidents as a result of which the district could run in peace presently. A meeting held on July 30 last at Tamulpur under the president ship of Ganeh Kachari also condemned the incident of Kokrajhar district and other places while Mr Imanual Musahari, MLA appealed for peace in Baksa. The emergent meeting organized by Goreswar Block BPF committee under the president ship Pabitra Baro appealed to people of Hindu - Muslim, Baro non Bodos to not to be emotional in the president situation.

Representatives of different organisations like Boro Sahitya Sabha, All Bodo Students� Union and other non- political organisations sat down for parleys among different communities in many minority-dominated areas and chalked out some measures in order to allow peace to prevail in the district.

The police administration too claimed that a peaceful situation was presently prevailing in the district owing to round-the-clock vigil by the uniformed cadres.

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