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NAGAON, Sept 15 � The citizen�s convention organised by the Asomiya Sahitya Sanmilani (ASS), which was held here on Sunday, called upon the State Government as well as the various political parties to be transparent on their stand on inter-state boundaries.

The convention also decided to publish a book in the Nagamese language to give a positive message to the people of Nagaland and also to put pressure on the State Governments of Assam and Nagaland as also the Central Government to solve the problems relating to the inter-state boundaries.

Inaugurating the convention, the Vice Chancellor of Mahapurush Srimanta Sankardev University, Dr Kandarpa Kumar Deka observed that uncontrolled population is the root cause of boundary disputes. Speaking in the convention, Madhurjya Mandit Baruah, secretary general of the Sanmilani, expressed that Nagaland was created in 1963, but the disputes were much older.

A presidium comprising the Sanmilani members Dr Khargeswar Bhuyan and Dr Dilip Bora, and the Asam Satra Mahasabha secretary general Jibeswar Goswami conducted the function.

A number of speakers, including Radhika Ballav Goswami, secretary of the Assam-Nagaland Peace Committee, Manjit Mahanta, coordinator of the Pragatisheel Jatiya Nagarik Mancha, Pulak Bora, vice president of the AJYCP, Bibek Das, adviser of the Arunachal Agrashan Pratirodh Samiti, Dr Sabyasashi Mahanta, social worker, Rekha Sharma, writer, Chandramohan Kakati, retired administrative officer, Sibananda Kakati, writer, Madhabjyoti Deuri, organising secretary of the Sadou Asam Deuri Sanmilan, Dibyajyoti Gohain Gogoi, poet, Sarat Ch Sharma, general secretary of the Nagaon District Senior Citizens Association, Mahmudul Hasan, vice president of the AAMSU, Ramen Gogoi, organising secretary of the Ahom Sena, Akanmai Devi, president of the Kolongpariya Alochana Chakra, Hannan Hussain, president of the NGO Uttaran, Moon Kumar Bora, coordinator of the Jatiya Oikya Mancha, Bidyut Vikash Senapati, general secretary of the Tiwa Sahitya Sabha and Upen Baruah, social worker took part in the discussion.

The speakers discussed the inter-state boundary problem and put forward some valuable suggestions to solve it.

District secretary of the Sanmilani, advocate Suren Bora offered the vote of thanks.

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Meet discusses boundary problem

NAGAON, Sept 15 � The citizen�s convention organised by the Asomiya Sahitya Sanmilani (ASS), which was held here on Sunday, called upon the State Government as well as the various political parties to be transparent on their stand on inter-state boundaries.

The convention also decided to publish a book in the Nagamese language to give a positive message to the people of Nagaland and also to put pressure on the State Governments of Assam and Nagaland as also the Central Government to solve the problems relating to the inter-state boundaries.

Inaugurating the convention, the Vice Chancellor of Mahapurush Srimanta Sankardev University, Dr Kandarpa Kumar Deka observed that uncontrolled population is the root cause of boundary disputes. Speaking in the convention, Madhurjya Mandit Baruah, secretary general of the Sanmilani, expressed that Nagaland was created in 1963, but the disputes were much older.

A presidium comprising the Sanmilani members Dr Khargeswar Bhuyan and Dr Dilip Bora, and the Asam Satra Mahasabha secretary general Jibeswar Goswami conducted the function.

A number of speakers, including Radhika Ballav Goswami, secretary of the Assam-Nagaland Peace Committee, Manjit Mahanta, coordinator of the Pragatisheel Jatiya Nagarik Mancha, Pulak Bora, vice president of the AJYCP, Bibek Das, adviser of the Arunachal Agrashan Pratirodh Samiti, Dr Sabyasashi Mahanta, social worker, Rekha Sharma, writer, Chandramohan Kakati, retired administrative officer, Sibananda Kakati, writer, Madhabjyoti Deuri, organising secretary of the Sadou Asam Deuri Sanmilan, Dibyajyoti Gohain Gogoi, poet, Sarat Ch Sharma, general secretary of the Nagaon District Senior Citizens Association, Mahmudul Hasan, vice president of the AAMSU, Ramen Gogoi, organising secretary of the Ahom Sena, Akanmai Devi, president of the Kolongpariya Alochana Chakra, Hannan Hussain, president of the NGO Uttaran, Moon Kumar Bora, coordinator of the Jatiya Oikya Mancha, Bidyut Vikash Senapati, general secretary of the Tiwa Sahitya Sabha and Upen Baruah, social worker took part in the discussion.

The speakers discussed the inter-state boundary problem and put forward some valuable suggestions to solve it.

District secretary of the Sanmilani, advocate Suren Bora offered the vote of thanks.