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Bodo group moves PM over militancy

By Spl Correspondent

NEW DELHI, Jan 16 � The Bodo National Conference (BNC) has called for Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh�s intervention in resolving the vexed militancy problem by engaging both the factions of NDFB more vigorously. A BNC delegation is likely to meet Union Home Minister, P Chidambaram on Monday.

�A 16-member delegation of the BNC led by BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary met the Prime Minister on Saturday and submitted a memorandum to him in this regard.

�Lok Sabha MP, SK Bwiswmutiary told this newspaper that the delegation urged the Prime Minister to expedite the ongoing peace process with Bodo militant groups. �We have submitted that the political dialogue with the pro-talk action of the outfit should be held immediately,� he said.

�Further, the Prime Minister was also requested to start the process of negotiations with the anti-talk faction of NDFB, led by Ranjan Daimary. Daimary group has already written to the Chief Minister and the Union Home Minister expressing its willingness to sit for talks, he added. ��

�The Prime Minister appreciated the unity move under the banner of BNC and assured of all help to resolve the vexed problems. He suggested that the delegation should also meet the Union Home Minister.

The BNC has called for an end to militancy to usher in peace in the area hit by killings.

The delegation included State Minister, Chandan Brahma, BTC deputy chief Khampa Borgiary, Bodo Women Justice Forum chief and NDFB (anti-talks) leader Anjali Daimary, general secretary Govinda Basuma, Biswajeet Daimary, besides Bwiswmutiary and representative of various organisations including Bodo Sahitya Sabha and All Bodo Women�s Welfare Federation.

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Bodo group moves PM over militancy

NEW DELHI, Jan 16 � The Bodo National Conference (BNC) has called for Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh�s intervention in resolving the vexed militancy problem by engaging both the factions of NDFB more vigorously. A BNC delegation is likely to meet Union Home Minister, P Chidambaram on Monday.

�A 16-member delegation of the BNC led by BTC chief Hagrama Mohilary met the Prime Minister on Saturday and submitted a memorandum to him in this regard.

�Lok Sabha MP, SK Bwiswmutiary told this newspaper that the delegation urged the Prime Minister to expedite the ongoing peace process with Bodo militant groups. �We have submitted that the political dialogue with the pro-talk action of the outfit should be held immediately,� he said.

�Further, the Prime Minister was also requested to start the process of negotiations with the anti-talk faction of NDFB, led by Ranjan Daimary. Daimary group has already written to the Chief Minister and the Union Home Minister expressing its willingness to sit for talks, he added. ��

�The Prime Minister appreciated the unity move under the banner of BNC and assured of all help to resolve the vexed problems. He suggested that the delegation should also meet the Union Home Minister.

The BNC has called for an end to militancy to usher in peace in the area hit by killings.

The delegation included State Minister, Chandan Brahma, BTC deputy chief Khampa Borgiary, Bodo Women Justice Forum chief and NDFB (anti-talks) leader Anjali Daimary, general secretary Govinda Basuma, Biswajeet Daimary, besides Bwiswmutiary and representative of various organisations including Bodo Sahitya Sabha and All Bodo Women�s Welfare Federation.

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