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ITANAGAR, Jan 9 - A joint declaration was signed recently by the Bogoli-Denka-Kachajuli & Dhekiajuli Peace Committee in a simple function held at the border town of Gumto in Arunachal�s Papum Pare district for upholding the age-old peaceful co-existence among the people living along Assam-Arunachal Pradesh boundary areas.

The Peace Committee was constituted following the December 3 eviction drive carried out allegedly by Assam Forest and Police personnel on a porter track constructed through barren land devoid of forest plantations by the people of Bogoli-Denka on self-help basis for the movement of school-going children, in which Gaon Burah Debia Kojum was also assaulted.

After the incident, a joint meeting of local leaders of Bogoli-Denka and Kachajuli was held on December 10 at Utter Laluk with the intervention of Nyishi Elite Society (NES), its Papum Pare district unit and Papum Pare District Students� Union.

The meeting unanimously resolved to uphold the age-old peaceful co-existence with social harmony for which a Peace Committee was formed and today, the joint declaration comprising six-point resolution was signed by leaders of both sides.

Besides condemning the December 3 eviction and physical assault of the GB, the declaration read: No govt agency shall carry out such eviction without consultation with Peace Committee on either side of border.

The Committee shall ensure that no unwanted and further encroachment will be made by the inhabitants of either side of border. The Peace Committee shall ensure upholding of the Supreme Court directive to maintain status quo on the boundary. The declaration shall be known as Gumto Declaration.

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Declaration for peaceful co-existence signed

ITANAGAR, Jan 9 - A joint declaration was signed recently by the Bogoli-Denka-Kachajuli & Dhekiajuli Peace Committee in a simple function held at the border town of Gumto in Arunachal�s Papum Pare district for upholding the age-old peaceful co-existence among the people living along Assam-Arunachal Pradesh boundary areas.

The Peace Committee was constituted following the December 3 eviction drive carried out allegedly by Assam Forest and Police personnel on a porter track constructed through barren land devoid of forest plantations by the people of Bogoli-Denka on self-help basis for the movement of school-going children, in which Gaon Burah Debia Kojum was also assaulted.

After the incident, a joint meeting of local leaders of Bogoli-Denka and Kachajuli was held on December 10 at Utter Laluk with the intervention of Nyishi Elite Society (NES), its Papum Pare district unit and Papum Pare District Students� Union.

The meeting unanimously resolved to uphold the age-old peaceful co-existence with social harmony for which a Peace Committee was formed and today, the joint declaration comprising six-point resolution was signed by leaders of both sides.

Besides condemning the December 3 eviction and physical assault of the GB, the declaration read: No govt agency shall carry out such eviction without consultation with Peace Committee on either side of border.

The Committee shall ensure that no unwanted and further encroachment will be made by the inhabitants of either side of border. The Peace Committee shall ensure upholding of the Supreme Court directive to maintain status quo on the boundary. The declaration shall be known as Gumto Declaration.