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TEZPUR, May 18 � People�s Joint Action Committee for Bodoland Movement (PJACBM) representing 47 committees of all communities living in the proposed Bodoland, renewed their demand for a separate Bodoland in the areas in northern Assam districts.

PJACBM with its headquarters in Udalguri, sent a memorandum to the Governor of Assam through the Deputy Commissioner, Sonitpur, in which it said, �We submitted a memorandum with similar demand before Shambhu Singh, Joint Secretary (NE), MHA during our meeting on April 24 this year in New Delhi stating our stand on the ongoing peace dialogue between the Union Government and the National Democratic Front of Boroland (P) and the decision for creation of a separate Boroland is yet to be finalised by the government.�

The memorandum, submitted today and signed by Dalim Rongpi, Shekhar Sarma, convenors of PJACBM with Paniram Teron, Bhraman Baglary, Dhaneswar Basumatary, president of UPDF, Ranjan Basumatary and Haren Deori representing UDPF, said the Bodos and other indigenous tribes have lost their grip over their land and territories and their survival and socio-cultural identity are being threatened.

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Separate Bodoland demanded

TEZPUR, May 18 � People�s Joint Action Committee for Bodoland Movement (PJACBM) representing 47 committees of all communities living in the proposed Bodoland, renewed their demand for a separate Bodoland in the areas in northern Assam districts.

PJACBM with its headquarters in Udalguri, sent a memorandum to the Governor of Assam through the Deputy Commissioner, Sonitpur, in which it said, �We submitted a memorandum with similar demand before Shambhu Singh, Joint Secretary (NE), MHA during our meeting on April 24 this year in New Delhi stating our stand on the ongoing peace dialogue between the Union Government and the National Democratic Front of Boroland (P) and the decision for creation of a separate Boroland is yet to be finalised by the government.�

The memorandum, submitted today and signed by Dalim Rongpi, Shekhar Sarma, convenors of PJACBM with Paniram Teron, Bhraman Baglary, Dhaneswar Basumatary, president of UPDF, Ranjan Basumatary and Haren Deori representing UDPF, said the Bodos and other indigenous tribes have lost their grip over their land and territories and their survival and socio-cultural identity are being threatened.

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