GUWAHATI, May 27 � The All Bodoland Territorial Council Minority Students� Union (ABMSU) today demanded immediate dismissal of the Bodoland Territorial Council led by Hagrama Mohilary and a comprehensive drive to flush out extremist elements from the BTAD areas.
It has also demanded a special inquiry into the BTAD incidents of genocide under the supervision of the Supreme Court of India and review of the BTC Accord and the BTC Act.
In a memorandum to the Governor, the student body also called for steps to remove the camps of the youth members of the Bodoland People�s Front (BPF) and Bodo Liberation Tigers (BLT) and to seize all illegal arms of the BTAD areas within one month.
Besides immediate arrest of the Narayanguri Ranger Amiya Kumar Brahma, Field Director of the Manas National Park Anindra Swargiyari and other accused of the Narayanguri-Balapara massacre, the student body has also called for steps to set up permanent armed police posts at all the sensitive points in the BTAD areas.
They further demanded that all the displaced people � 2,574 families in 2012 and 78 families in 2014 � should be rehabilitated at their native places and payment of Rs 10 lakh as compensation to each of those families, whose members were killed in the BTAD incidents of ethnic violence.