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Rabha bodies call 36-hr Janata curfew

By STAFF REPORTER

GUWAHATI, Feb 8 � The Rabha Hasong Joint Movement Committee (RHJMC) has announced a 36-hour Janata curfew from 7 am of February 11 to 7 pm of February 12 in the Rabha Hasong Autonomous Council (RHAC) areas in its bid to frustrate the State Government�s bid to hold Panchayat elections in the RHAC areas.

Stating this, RHJMC coordinator Tapas Kumar Dey and All Rabha Students� Union (ARSU) general secretary Jiban Rabha told this newspaper today that the steering committee of the Joint Movement Committee in its meeting held at Dudhnoi today made an appeal to all sections of the people and political parties to extend cooperation to the Committee to make the Janata curfew successful.

It has also made an appeal to all sections of the people not to cast their votes during the Panchayat elections scheduled for February 12 in the RHAC areas.

Except the essential services, the RHJMC said, other services would be affected during the Janata curfew period, said Dey and Rabha.

The RHJMC steering committee also resented the statement made by Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on February 6 at a Panchayat election meeting held at Lakhipur in Goalpara district. The Chief Minister with his said statement displayed his ignorance about the Rabha Accord and insulted former Chief Minister Late Hiteswar Saikia.

But the State Election Commission with the announcement to hold the elections to the RHAC on April 30 next has justified the legal validity of the Rabha Accord.

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Rabha bodies call 36-hr Janata curfew

GUWAHATI, Feb 8 � The Rabha Hasong Joint Movement Committee (RHJMC) has announced a 36-hour Janata curfew from 7 am of February 11 to 7 pm of February 12 in the Rabha Hasong Autonomous Council (RHAC) areas in its bid to frustrate the State Government�s bid to hold Panchayat elections in the RHAC areas.

Stating this, RHJMC coordinator Tapas Kumar Dey and All Rabha Students� Union (ARSU) general secretary Jiban Rabha told this newspaper today that the steering committee of the Joint Movement Committee in its meeting held at Dudhnoi today made an appeal to all sections of the people and political parties to extend cooperation to the Committee to make the Janata curfew successful.

It has also made an appeal to all sections of the people not to cast their votes during the Panchayat elections scheduled for February 12 in the RHAC areas.

Except the essential services, the RHJMC said, other services would be affected during the Janata curfew period, said Dey and Rabha.

The RHJMC steering committee also resented the statement made by Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on February 6 at a Panchayat election meeting held at Lakhipur in Goalpara district. The Chief Minister with his said statement displayed his ignorance about the Rabha Accord and insulted former Chief Minister Late Hiteswar Saikia.

But the State Election Commission with the announcement to hold the elections to the RHAC on April 30 next has justified the legal validity of the Rabha Accord.

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