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Hagrama for peace talks to usher in development

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UDALGURI, Oct 11 � �The Bodos got the Bodoland Territorial Council only after a fight for solution to their problems. Yet there are other problems to solve. But if we say goodbye to violence and work unitedly for a common purpose, we can bring development to the region.� This was stated by Hagrama Mohilary, chief of the BTC on the Golmagaon High School premises in Udalguri town recently.

Addressing a public meeting arranged by the Udalguri district committee of the Bodoland Peoples� Front (BPF) with Rihon Daimari, president of the Udalguri district committee of the political organisation and Minister of Public Health Engineering of the State Government, Mohilary said that fratricidal killings, violence, etc., should not take place anymore in the BTC region and all the Bodo organisations must come under one umbrella in the greater interest of the tribe. The BPF had taken the initiative to unite all the Bodo organisations in a convention at Barama on September 10.

The BTC chief also appealed to the Ranjan Daimari faction of the NDFB and Paresh Baruah of the ULFA to come forward for negotiations with the Government at the earliest which would benefit the whole State and be instrumental in bringing permanent peace to the region.

The public meeting was inaugurated by Lwmshraw Daimary, executive member of BTC and secretary of the central committee of the BPF. Alindra Mochahary, MCLA of Rowta and general secretary of the Udalguri district committee of the regional political organisation, explained the purpose of the meeting.

A total of 1,105 people formally joined the BPF in the presence of Hagrama Mohilary who included 570 Congress, 116 UDPF, 367 BPPF, 22 BJP and 22 Rabha Mahila Parishad members among others.

Drinking water plant: Hagrama Mohilary, chief of the BTC, inaugurated the Khowrang drinking water plant worth Rs. 1.75 crore with a capacity for 3,000 families of the remote rural region bordering Bhutan in the north in the presence of Rihon Daimari, Minister of Public Health Engineering department of the State Government, at Khowrang village under the Udalguri police station.

Later, addressing the villagers in a public meeting, Mohilary said that the BTC government has been undertaking many people-friendly schemes and the public should come forward to cooperate with the Government in implementing the schemes in a proper way. The meeting was also addressed by Rihon Daimari, PHE Minister and SS Meenaxi Sundaram, Deputy Commissioner of Udalguri district, who advised the villagers to form a users� group to look after the water plant for maintenance.

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Hagrama for peace talks to usher in development

UDALGURI, Oct 11 � �The Bodos got the Bodoland Territorial Council only after a fight for solution to their problems. Yet there are other problems to solve. But if we say goodbye to violence and work unitedly for a common purpose, we can bring development to the region.� This was stated by Hagrama Mohilary, chief of the BTC on the Golmagaon High School premises in Udalguri town recently.

Addressing a public meeting arranged by the Udalguri district committee of the Bodoland Peoples� Front (BPF) with Rihon Daimari, president of the Udalguri district committee of the political organisation and Minister of Public Health Engineering of the State Government, Mohilary said that fratricidal killings, violence, etc., should not take place anymore in the BTC region and all the Bodo organisations must come under one umbrella in the greater interest of the tribe. The BPF had taken the initiative to unite all the Bodo organisations in a convention at Barama on September 10.

The BTC chief also appealed to the Ranjan Daimari faction of the NDFB and Paresh Baruah of the ULFA to come forward for negotiations with the Government at the earliest which would benefit the whole State and be instrumental in bringing permanent peace to the region.

The public meeting was inaugurated by Lwmshraw Daimary, executive member of BTC and secretary of the central committee of the BPF. Alindra Mochahary, MCLA of Rowta and general secretary of the Udalguri district committee of the regional political organisation, explained the purpose of the meeting.

A total of 1,105 people formally joined the BPF in the presence of Hagrama Mohilary who included 570 Congress, 116 UDPF, 367 BPPF, 22 BJP and 22 Rabha Mahila Parishad members among others.

Drinking water plant: Hagrama Mohilary, chief of the BTC, inaugurated the Khowrang drinking water plant worth Rs. 1.75 crore with a capacity for 3,000 families of the remote rural region bordering Bhutan in the north in the presence of Rihon Daimari, Minister of Public Health Engineering department of the State Government, at Khowrang village under the Udalguri police station.

Later, addressing the villagers in a public meeting, Mohilary said that the BTC government has been undertaking many people-friendly schemes and the public should come forward to cooperate with the Government in implementing the schemes in a proper way. The meeting was also addressed by Rihon Daimari, PHE Minister and SS Meenaxi Sundaram, Deputy Commissioner of Udalguri district, who advised the villagers to form a users� group to look after the water plant for maintenance.