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Decks cleared for repatriation of Brus

By The Assam Tribune
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AIZAWL, May 16 � Decks have been cleared for resumption of repatriation of the Brus from the six relief camps in North Tripura district following a meeting between Mizoram and Tripura Government officials, a senior official said today.

Mizoram Additional Secretary (Home) Lalbiakzama said today over phone from Mizoram-Bangladesh-Tripura border Mamit town that the meeting held at Damcherra in Tripura yesterday was also attended by leaders of the Mizoram Bru Displaced People�s Forum (MBDPF) and representatives of all the inmates of the six relief camps.

The repatriation process, scheduled to commence from June 1 was proposed to be concluded by September, he said, adding that identification of bonafide residents of Mizoram would be conducted during the last part of May.

�The identification process would be in two phases, the first phase would be identification of those Brus in the relief camps who were enrolled in the Mizoram voters� lists and the second phase would cover those who claimed to be bonafide residents of the State but were not included in the voters� lists,� he said.� PTI

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Decks cleared for repatriation of Brus

AIZAWL, May 16 � Decks have been cleared for resumption of repatriation of the Brus from the six relief camps in North Tripura district following a meeting between Mizoram and Tripura Government officials, a senior official said today.

Mizoram Additional Secretary (Home) Lalbiakzama said today over phone from Mizoram-Bangladesh-Tripura border Mamit town that the meeting held at Damcherra in Tripura yesterday was also attended by leaders of the Mizoram Bru Displaced People�s Forum (MBDPF) and representatives of all the inmates of the six relief camps.

The repatriation process, scheduled to commence from June 1 was proposed to be concluded by September, he said, adding that identification of bonafide residents of Mizoram would be conducted during the last part of May.

�The identification process would be in two phases, the first phase would be identification of those Brus in the relief camps who were enrolled in the Mizoram voters� lists and the second phase would cover those who claimed to be bonafide residents of the State but were not included in the voters� lists,� he said.� PTI

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