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Early talks with NDFB demanded

By Correspondent

NALBARI, Sept 12 � More than 25 Bodo political and non-political organisations in the BTAD area, which formed a united platform at Barama in Baksa district on Friday, demanded of the Government to resume talks with the banned militant outfit, NDFB (both factions) without any further delay. They also resolved to stop the ongoing fraticidal clashes immediately for peace and prosperity in the BTAD area.

The general secretary of Bodoland Progressive Front (BPF), Prabin Boro told this correspondent that the development of the BTAD area has been adversely affected due to the differences among the Bodo organisations. �This is the first united move for the development of the Bodoland areas,� he added. He further said that except for the Rabiram Narzari-led BPPF, almost all Bodo organisations including Ranjan Daimari�s faction of the NDFB extended cooperation to the move.

Boro, a former AASU chief, continued that for the first time steps have been taken to unite the Bodo organisations and form a convenors� committee. �The convenors� committee will make all possible efforts to unite the non-Bodo organisations for equal development of all communities residing in the BTAD area,� Boro said.

However, Boro clarified that the separate Bodo State is not the immediate demand. �Before demanding a separate State, all Bodos and non-Bodos residing in the BTAD area should be united,� he added.

Boro further stated that the new outfit formed in Friday�s Barama convention would continue its crusade for speedy development and a violence-free atmosphere in the BTAD area in a united manner. He informed that the next sitting of the convenors� committee would be held shortly to chalk out the future strategies.

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Early talks with NDFB demanded

NALBARI, Sept 12 � More than 25 Bodo political and non-political organisations in the BTAD area, which formed a united platform at Barama in Baksa district on Friday, demanded of the Government to resume talks with the banned militant outfit, NDFB (both factions) without any further delay. They also resolved to stop the ongoing fraticidal clashes immediately for peace and prosperity in the BTAD area.

The general secretary of Bodoland Progressive Front (BPF), Prabin Boro told this correspondent that the development of the BTAD area has been adversely affected due to the differences among the Bodo organisations. �This is the first united move for the development of the Bodoland areas,� he added. He further said that except for the Rabiram Narzari-led BPPF, almost all Bodo organisations including Ranjan Daimari�s faction of the NDFB extended cooperation to the move.

Boro, a former AASU chief, continued that for the first time steps have been taken to unite the Bodo organisations and form a convenors� committee. �The convenors� committee will make all possible efforts to unite the non-Bodo organisations for equal development of all communities residing in the BTAD area,� Boro said.

However, Boro clarified that the separate Bodo State is not the immediate demand. �Before demanding a separate State, all Bodos and non-Bodos residing in the BTAD area should be united,� he added.

Boro further stated that the new outfit formed in Friday�s Barama convention would continue its crusade for speedy development and a violence-free atmosphere in the BTAD area in a united manner. He informed that the next sitting of the convenors� committee would be held shortly to chalk out the future strategies.