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Hunger strike by displaced people continues

By The Assam Tribune
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AGARTALA, Feb 7 � The relay hunger strike launched by the displaced people due to erection of barbed wire fencing along 856-km-long Indo-Bangla border completed the sixth day today.

Subal Bhowmick, president of Simanta Bhumi Suraksha Committee, said, �The internally displaced people would continue their movement unless they are given written assurance by the govt that they will be properly rehabilitated.�

Tripura�s 856-km-long border with Bangladesh has been fenced along 675 km to check infiltration of illegal migrants and stop Indian insurgents from fleeing to Bangladesh.

The major demands of these people include publication of names of 8,500 families, construction of fencing along zero-point to save Indian soil, government job for each affected family and allotment of alternative land for them.

He said displaced people from all parts of the State plan to assemble in Agartala for a rally on February 14. � PTI

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Hunger strike by displaced people continues

AGARTALA, Feb 7 � The relay hunger strike launched by the displaced people due to erection of barbed wire fencing along 856-km-long Indo-Bangla border completed the sixth day today.

Subal Bhowmick, president of Simanta Bhumi Suraksha Committee, said, �The internally displaced people would continue their movement unless they are given written assurance by the govt that they will be properly rehabilitated.�

Tripura�s 856-km-long border with Bangladesh has been fenced along 675 km to check infiltration of illegal migrants and stop Indian insurgents from fleeing to Bangladesh.

The major demands of these people include publication of names of 8,500 families, construction of fencing along zero-point to save Indian soil, government job for each affected family and allotment of alternative land for them.

He said displaced people from all parts of the State plan to assemble in Agartala for a rally on February 14. � PTI

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