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Dekargaon-Naharlagun train services suspended due to security

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ITANAGAR, May 12 (PTI): The train service between Dekargaon (Assam)

and Naharlagun (Arunachal) which was indefinitely suspended from

May 9 last was due to security reasons rather than damage of railway

track at Gumto following incessant rain, the North East Frontier

Railway said today.

Chief Public Relation Officer of NEF Railway Sugato Lahiri informed

that Papum Pare district Deputy Commissioner and Superintendent of

Police on May 8 last advised the railway authorities to stop train

service to Naharlagun station in view of security problem.

"The state chief secretary also advised the railways to suspend

the services," Lahiri said in a communique.

Suspension of train service came days after All Nyishi Students

Union (ANSU) and All Papum Pare District Students Union (APPDSU)

demanded for immediate suspension of train service alleging that

illegal migrants were pouring into state using railway.

Ever since train service started in the state started various

student organisations including ANSU, APPDSU, SUMA (Students Union

Movement of Arunachal) and other civil societies have been expressing

serious concern over large scale migration of outsiders into state.

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Dekargaon-Naharlagun train services suspended due to security

ITANAGAR, May 12 (PTI): The train service between Dekargaon (Assam)

and Naharlagun (Arunachal) which was indefinitely suspended from

May 9 last was due to security reasons rather than damage of railway

track at Gumto following incessant rain, the North East Frontier

Railway said today.

Chief Public Relation Officer of NEF Railway Sugato Lahiri informed

that Papum Pare district Deputy Commissioner and Superintendent of

Police on May 8 last advised the railway authorities to stop train

service to Naharlagun station in view of security problem.

"The state chief secretary also advised the railways to suspend

the services," Lahiri said in a communique.

Suspension of train service came days after All Nyishi Students

Union (ANSU) and All Papum Pare District Students Union (APPDSU)

demanded for immediate suspension of train service alleging that

illegal migrants were pouring into state using railway.

Ever since train service started in the state started various

student organisations including ANSU, APPDSU, SUMA (Students Union

Movement of Arunachal) and other civil societies have been expressing

serious concern over large scale migration of outsiders into state.

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