GUWAHATI, Oct 15 � Asserting that only the genuinely-displaced people in the aftermath of the Bodoland Territorial Autonomous District (BTAD) would be rehabilitated, Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi today said that the Government would put in place a verification process for those not having land ownership records.
Gogoi, who was addressing a press conference, denied that any relief camp inmates suspected to be illegal Bangladeshi migrants fled their camps.
�All the genuinely-displaced people will be rehabilitated and we will not allow any illegal migrant to get settled in the process� a sense of security and peace is returning to BTAD and things will be normal soon,� Gogoi said.
Gogoi revealed that of the total 4,85,921 relief camp inmates, 3,43,249 had left the camps, and that of the remaining, some 42,000 did not have land right documents.
The Chief Minister also announced that a white paper on the issue of illegal influx from Bangladesh and the implementation of the Assam Accord.