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DHD(N) dissolved, 691 cadres �come home�

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HAFLONG, March 9 � The Dima Halam Daogah (DHD) was dissolved by its chairman Dilip Nunisa, in presence of rank and file of DHD consisting of 691 armed cadres including 39 female and 1389 civilians.

Pradyut Bordoloi, Power Minister, Chandan Brahma, Minister of Transport, DRDA, Tourism etc., Sangsuma Khungur Bismuthiary, MP, Lok Sabha, Biren Sing Engti MP, GC Langthasa, MLA, Haflong, Khagen Sharma, ADIGP (SB), Debojeet Thaosen, Chief Executive Member, Dima Hasao Autonomous Council and Milon Sonowal, Chief Executive Member, Sonowal Kachari Autonomous Council among others were present in the �home coming ceremony� organised by the peace committee on Saturday at NL Daulagupu Sports Complex, Haflong, Dima Hasao.

The function started with lighting of the lamp by the chief guest Pradyut Bordoloi. This was followed by observance of one minute silence to pay homage to departed souls who sacrificed their lives in the DHD movement.

Addressing the gathering after handing over ceremony of arms by the DHD chairman Dilip Nunisa and other 3 DHD top leaders, Nunisa said that the problems of indigenous people would definitely be solved after the implementation of the MoS which was signed by the Government of India, Government of Assam and DHD Group at New Delhi on October 8, 2012. He also announced that from today DHD will be known as Halali Progressive Group (HPG).

Minister Bordoloi called on the group to work hand in hand with the State Government for ensuring lasting peace and development in the region.

Bordoloi while appreciating the DHD leaders assured that the State Government under the leadership of Tarun Gogoi would provide all possible help for development of the region.

The Dima Halam Daogah was formed in 1994 after the surrender of Dimasa National Security Force and in 2003 came under ceasefire following appeals from several civil societies and intellectuals. After coming under the ceasefire, DHD had several rounds of talks with both Central and State Government with the demand of creation of �Dima Raji State�, on October 8, 2012, a historic Memorandum of Settlement was signed with both the factions of DHD, and according to the MoS, the DHD had to dissolve within six months of the signing of MoS.

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DHD(N) dissolved, 691 cadres �come home�

HAFLONG, March 9 � The Dima Halam Daogah (DHD) was dissolved by its chairman Dilip Nunisa, in presence of rank and file of DHD consisting of 691 armed cadres including 39 female and 1389 civilians.

Pradyut Bordoloi, Power Minister, Chandan Brahma, Minister of Transport, DRDA, Tourism etc., Sangsuma Khungur Bismuthiary, MP, Lok Sabha, Biren Sing Engti MP, GC Langthasa, MLA, Haflong, Khagen Sharma, ADIGP (SB), Debojeet Thaosen, Chief Executive Member, Dima Hasao Autonomous Council and Milon Sonowal, Chief Executive Member, Sonowal Kachari Autonomous Council among others were present in the �home coming ceremony� organised by the peace committee on Saturday at NL Daulagupu Sports Complex, Haflong, Dima Hasao.

The function started with lighting of the lamp by the chief guest Pradyut Bordoloi. This was followed by observance of one minute silence to pay homage to departed souls who sacrificed their lives in the DHD movement.

Addressing the gathering after handing over ceremony of arms by the DHD chairman Dilip Nunisa and other 3 DHD top leaders, Nunisa said that the problems of indigenous people would definitely be solved after the implementation of the MoS which was signed by the Government of India, Government of Assam and DHD Group at New Delhi on October 8, 2012. He also announced that from today DHD will be known as Halali Progressive Group (HPG).

Minister Bordoloi called on the group to work hand in hand with the State Government for ensuring lasting peace and development in the region.

Bordoloi while appreciating the DHD leaders assured that the State Government under the leadership of Tarun Gogoi would provide all possible help for development of the region.

The Dima Halam Daogah was formed in 1994 after the surrender of Dimasa National Security Force and in 2003 came under ceasefire following appeals from several civil societies and intellectuals. After coming under the ceasefire, DHD had several rounds of talks with both Central and State Government with the demand of creation of �Dima Raji State�, on October 8, 2012, a historic Memorandum of Settlement was signed with both the factions of DHD, and according to the MoS, the DHD had to dissolve within six months of the signing of MoS.

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