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Rally against Govt move on Assam Rifles camp today

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JORABAT, March 26 - As part of their bid to safeguard the rights of the tribal people by thwarting the government�s move to set up an Assam Rifles (AR) camp on agricultural cum tribal belt land at Sonapur, the Amri Karbi Students� Union (AKSU) and five other Amri Karbi indigenous organisations will take out a rally tomorrow from Sonapur Mini Stadium.

The procession will pass through the major spots of Sonapur area and culminate at the Sonapur revenue circle office.

The organisations also threatened to continue with their agitation in different forms one after another if the government fails to withdraw its decision to hand over the land to the Assam Rifles at the earliest.

Terming the government�s step �anti-indigenous�, general secretary of AKSU Ramen Kathar threatened that their uncompromising protest would create an uncontrollable situation for the government in the days to come.

Tomorrow�s protest rally will be followed by a rail blockade on April 3. The blockade will be followed by various other programmes on subsequent days.

Meanwhile, AKSU and the other Amri Karbi organisations alleged that a group of unscrupulous middlemen are trying to stop the protest through underhand dealings with those protesting against the government move.

The organisations also found it amusing that a number of organisations that had earlier protested against the government move to give the land to AR, had now conspicuously fallen silent.

Conscious circles here suspect underhand monetary dealings behind the powerful organisations withdrawing from the scene.

The six Amri Karbi indigenous organisations also made it clear that they would in no way allow the land of indigenous people of Dimoria to be handed over to the Assam Rifles.

Apart from AKSU, the other organisations that will take part in the protest rally tomorrow are: Amri Karbi National Council, Amri Karbi Arloso Asem, Amri Karbi Bangthe Asem, Amri Karbi Tsornam Ahartsi Amel and Amri Karbi Ruktsak Asem.

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Rally against Govt move on Assam Rifles camp today

JORABAT, March 26 - As part of their bid to safeguard the rights of the tribal people by thwarting the government�s move to set up an Assam Rifles (AR) camp on agricultural cum tribal belt land at Sonapur, the Amri Karbi Students� Union (AKSU) and five other Amri Karbi indigenous organisations will take out a rally tomorrow from Sonapur Mini Stadium.

The procession will pass through the major spots of Sonapur area and culminate at the Sonapur revenue circle office.

The organisations also threatened to continue with their agitation in different forms one after another if the government fails to withdraw its decision to hand over the land to the Assam Rifles at the earliest.

Terming the government�s step �anti-indigenous�, general secretary of AKSU Ramen Kathar threatened that their uncompromising protest would create an uncontrollable situation for the government in the days to come.

Tomorrow�s protest rally will be followed by a rail blockade on April 3. The blockade will be followed by various other programmes on subsequent days.

Meanwhile, AKSU and the other Amri Karbi organisations alleged that a group of unscrupulous middlemen are trying to stop the protest through underhand dealings with those protesting against the government move.

The organisations also found it amusing that a number of organisations that had earlier protested against the government move to give the land to AR, had now conspicuously fallen silent.

Conscious circles here suspect underhand monetary dealings behind the powerful organisations withdrawing from the scene.

The six Amri Karbi indigenous organisations also made it clear that they would in no way allow the land of indigenous people of Dimoria to be handed over to the Assam Rifles.

Apart from AKSU, the other organisations that will take part in the protest rally tomorrow are: Amri Karbi National Council, Amri Karbi Arloso Asem, Amri Karbi Bangthe Asem, Amri Karbi Tsornam Ahartsi Amel and Amri Karbi Ruktsak Asem.