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Call to rehab displaced people in Golaghat

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JORHAT, Sept 22 � Seeking a permanent solution to the perennial inter-State border problem and rehabilitation of the displaced people in Dhansiri sub-division, the district representatives of 11 organisations, including AASU, ABSU and ARSU continued their protest in front of the Golaghat Deputy Commissioner�s office for the third consecutive day, which started on Friday.

As the State and Central governments are yet to rehabilitate several families near the border area, therefore several village heads also joined the protest, which is scheduled to continue till September 23.

�We demanded a permanent solution to the problematic border issue, besides rehabilitation and security of life and property of the villagers of the Dhansiri hamlets which witnessed firing, arson and stabbing by the Naga miscreants recently. If the Government does not pay heed to our pleas, then we will be compelled to remind them through continuous democratic protests,� said AASU central executive member Monwar Hussain of Golaghat district.

Along with AASU, ARSU and ABSU, the district representatives of the Adivasi Students� Association, TMPK and many others organisations also raised the same demands.

Though the Government placed a new superintendent of police recently in the district, the organisations alleged that hundreds of villagers in the bordering areas are still suffering from fear psychosis following the brutal attacks in August last, which forced them to leave their homes and hearths after the incidents of firing, stabbing and arson.

Despite repeated demands for rescue of the two missing boys, namely Filson Kujur and Ajay Gaur of the disturbed locality, neither the Government of Assam nor Nagaland could finf their whereabouts. The locals alleged that both the boys were kidnapped by Naga miscreants who later launched the brutal attacks on the people of Chetiagaon, Jahajibasti, Romanbasti and many other hamlets in Dhansiri sub-division of Golaghat district.

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Call to rehab displaced people in Golaghat

JORHAT, Sept 22 � Seeking a permanent solution to the perennial inter-State border problem and rehabilitation of the displaced people in Dhansiri sub-division, the district representatives of 11 organisations, including AASU, ABSU and ARSU continued their protest in front of the Golaghat Deputy Commissioner�s office for the third consecutive day, which started on Friday.

As the State and Central governments are yet to rehabilitate several families near the border area, therefore several village heads also joined the protest, which is scheduled to continue till September 23.

�We demanded a permanent solution to the problematic border issue, besides rehabilitation and security of life and property of the villagers of the Dhansiri hamlets which witnessed firing, arson and stabbing by the Naga miscreants recently. If the Government does not pay heed to our pleas, then we will be compelled to remind them through continuous democratic protests,� said AASU central executive member Monwar Hussain of Golaghat district.

Along with AASU, ARSU and ABSU, the district representatives of the Adivasi Students� Association, TMPK and many others organisations also raised the same demands.

Though the Government placed a new superintendent of police recently in the district, the organisations alleged that hundreds of villagers in the bordering areas are still suffering from fear psychosis following the brutal attacks in August last, which forced them to leave their homes and hearths after the incidents of firing, stabbing and arson.

Despite repeated demands for rescue of the two missing boys, namely Filson Kujur and Ajay Gaur of the disturbed locality, neither the Government of Assam nor Nagaland could finf their whereabouts. The locals alleged that both the boys were kidnapped by Naga miscreants who later launched the brutal attacks on the people of Chetiagaon, Jahajibasti, Romanbasti and many other hamlets in Dhansiri sub-division of Golaghat district.