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NESO seeks special Constitutional status for NE

By SPl Correspondent

NEW DELHI, May 10 � The North East Students Organisation (NESO) has called for special Constitutional status for the people of North-East with right for land and resources.

Winding up their tour, chairman, secretary general and adviser of NESO, Samuel Jyrwa, Sinam Prakash and Dr Samujjal Bhattacharya said that they have urged the Prime Minister to grant special Constitutional status to the people of the North-East that must delegate federal authotrity to the State Governments including rights over land and its natural resources.

As part of their strategy, the NESO leaders have decided to call on leaders of major national and regional political parties. During their current round they met the Prime Minister, Leader of Opposition, Sushma Swaraj, president of BJP, Rajnath Singh, Congress vice president, Rahul Gandhi, Election Commissioner, H S Brahma among others.

Briefing newsmen, the leaders said that they have impressed upon the Central leaders about the urgency of the situation and fast changing demography of the North Eastern States, where the ethnic people are being displaced by illegal migrants from Bangladesh and Nepal.

The NESO has also registered their opposition to the land transfer deal with Bangladesh and demanded the repeal of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act.

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NESO seeks special Constitutional status for NE

NEW DELHI, May 10 � The North East Students Organisation (NESO) has called for special Constitutional status for the people of North-East with right for land and resources.

Winding up their tour, chairman, secretary general and adviser of NESO, Samuel Jyrwa, Sinam Prakash and Dr Samujjal Bhattacharya said that they have urged the Prime Minister to grant special Constitutional status to the people of the North-East that must delegate federal authotrity to the State Governments including rights over land and its natural resources.

As part of their strategy, the NESO leaders have decided to call on leaders of major national and regional political parties. During their current round they met the Prime Minister, Leader of Opposition, Sushma Swaraj, president of BJP, Rajnath Singh, Congress vice president, Rahul Gandhi, Election Commissioner, H S Brahma among others.

Briefing newsmen, the leaders said that they have impressed upon the Central leaders about the urgency of the situation and fast changing demography of the North Eastern States, where the ethnic people are being displaced by illegal migrants from Bangladesh and Nepal.

The NESO has also registered their opposition to the land transfer deal with Bangladesh and demanded the repeal of the Armed Forces Special Powers Act.

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