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NESO moves PM on influx, NRC issues

By SPl Correspondent

NEW DELHI, May 8 � The North East Students Organisation (NESO) while urging the Prime Minister not to abolish the Ministry of DoNER has called for its re-structuring besides demanding detection and deportation of illegal migrants.

A delegation of NESO led by its president, secretary general and adviser Samuel Jewra, Sinam Prakash and Samujjal Bhattacharya called on Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh at his Parliament House Office accompanied by Vincent H Pala MP.

Later talking to newsmen, the NESO leaders said that though they were satisfied with the Prime Minister�s response to their demands, they would like to wait for fulfilment of the assurances made by Dr Singh.

The NESO leaders claimed that the Prime Minister agreed with the view that illegal foreigners should be detected and deported. He also wanted the National Register of Indian Citizens to be updated within a specific time-frame.

However, the Prime Minister strongly favoured the land boundary agreement signed with Bangladesh arguing that the deal would lead to final demarcation of the land boundary between India and Bangladesh.

The NESO leaders also demanded that like in Jammu and Kashmir, a Parliamentary Panel should be despatched to the North-East to take stock of the adverse impact of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act.

The NESO also urged the Prime Minister to take up the matter of China issuing stapled visa visas to residents of Arunachal Pradesh.

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NESO moves PM on influx, NRC issues

NEW DELHI, May 8 � The North East Students Organisation (NESO) while urging the Prime Minister not to abolish the Ministry of DoNER has called for its re-structuring besides demanding detection and deportation of illegal migrants.

A delegation of NESO led by its president, secretary general and adviser Samuel Jewra, Sinam Prakash and Samujjal Bhattacharya called on Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh at his Parliament House Office accompanied by Vincent H Pala MP.

Later talking to newsmen, the NESO leaders said that though they were satisfied with the Prime Minister�s response to their demands, they would like to wait for fulfilment of the assurances made by Dr Singh.

The NESO leaders claimed that the Prime Minister agreed with the view that illegal foreigners should be detected and deported. He also wanted the National Register of Indian Citizens to be updated within a specific time-frame.

However, the Prime Minister strongly favoured the land boundary agreement signed with Bangladesh arguing that the deal would lead to final demarcation of the land boundary between India and Bangladesh.

The NESO leaders also demanded that like in Jammu and Kashmir, a Parliamentary Panel should be despatched to the North-East to take stock of the adverse impact of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act.

The NESO also urged the Prime Minister to take up the matter of China issuing stapled visa visas to residents of Arunachal Pradesh.

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