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Proposed Supra State Body opposed

By Correspondent

JORHAT, Nov 18 � Voices of resentment and opposition continued to pour in from various organisations of Jorhat district against the proposed �Supra State Body� for Nagaland which came to light through newspaper reports a few days ago.

Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuva Chatra Parishad, Jorhat district committee expressed resentment against the proposed Supra State Body according to which more than 75 per cent of forest land of three reserve forests in Jorhat district will go to the council of Naga people. The organisation has made it clear that nobody would be allowed to hurt the territorial integrity of Jorhat district.

Talking to this correspondent, Siva Kalita, president, AJYCP, Jorhat district committee said that the Nagas have encroached on the reserve forests namely Dissoi, Dissoi Valley and Tiru Hills and established as many as 19 Naga villages inside the reserve forests. Now a large portion of Assam�s land in Jorhat district will be under the possession of the Naga encroachers due to the failure of the Assam government to take timely action.

Dhrubajyoti Hazarika, general secretary, AASU Jorhat district committee also said that the organisation had been keeping an eye on the happenings. He said that AASU would not tolerate the unilateral step of the government again like offering Assam�s land to Bangladesh without discussing the matter with the people of the state.

Rituraj Konwar, executive member of the central committee of Sadao Asam Unnayan Parishad condemned the decision of the government to establish a Supra State Body for Nagaland and giving authority on the territory encroached by Nagas in the three neighbouring states of Nagaland including Assam. He further said that the organisation would conduct statewide massive protest programmes to stop such dicision of the Central Government.

The Jorhat district committee of the organisation too has condemned the decision of the Central Government.

He also mentioned that Naga people encroached on as many as 19,463.63 hectares of land in Jorhat district along E sector of the border. They also encroached on 4,229.06 hectares in Golaghat district along A, B, C and D sector of Assam Naga border and on 41.7858 hectares in Sivasagar distrct along F sector of the border. A large portion of land in Karbi Anglong district is also under encroachment of Naga miscreants for the last few decades.

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Proposed Supra State Body opposed

JORHAT, Nov 18 � Voices of resentment and opposition continued to pour in from various organisations of Jorhat district against the proposed �Supra State Body� for Nagaland which came to light through newspaper reports a few days ago.

Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuva Chatra Parishad, Jorhat district committee expressed resentment against the proposed Supra State Body according to which more than 75 per cent of forest land of three reserve forests in Jorhat district will go to the council of Naga people. The organisation has made it clear that nobody would be allowed to hurt the territorial integrity of Jorhat district.

Talking to this correspondent, Siva Kalita, president, AJYCP, Jorhat district committee said that the Nagas have encroached on the reserve forests namely Dissoi, Dissoi Valley and Tiru Hills and established as many as 19 Naga villages inside the reserve forests. Now a large portion of Assam�s land in Jorhat district will be under the possession of the Naga encroachers due to the failure of the Assam government to take timely action.

Dhrubajyoti Hazarika, general secretary, AASU Jorhat district committee also said that the organisation had been keeping an eye on the happenings. He said that AASU would not tolerate the unilateral step of the government again like offering Assam�s land to Bangladesh without discussing the matter with the people of the state.

Rituraj Konwar, executive member of the central committee of Sadao Asam Unnayan Parishad condemned the decision of the government to establish a Supra State Body for Nagaland and giving authority on the territory encroached by Nagas in the three neighbouring states of Nagaland including Assam. He further said that the organisation would conduct statewide massive protest programmes to stop such dicision of the Central Government.

The Jorhat district committee of the organisation too has condemned the decision of the Central Government.

He also mentioned that Naga people encroached on as many as 19,463.63 hectares of land in Jorhat district along E sector of the border. They also encroached on 4,229.06 hectares in Golaghat district along A, B, C and D sector of Assam Naga border and on 41.7858 hectares in Sivasagar distrct along F sector of the border. A large portion of land in Karbi Anglong district is also under encroachment of Naga miscreants for the last few decades.