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State Govt directive to 1966-71 migrants

By STAFF REPORTER

GUWAHATI, March 21 � Minister Rockybul Hussain today told the State Assembly that the migrants entering the State during the 1966-1971 period should register themselves with the authorities concerned or else they are to be sent to the detention camps set up for detaining illegal migrants. The minister was replying to a debate on the cut motion for the demand for grant in the State Assembly.

On the issue of harassment caused to innocent people by police officials in matters related to illegal migration, he said the voters identity cards being issued by the Government would end such harassment. He said steps would be taken against those police officials or personnel found guilty of harassing innocent people.

The minister assured the House that the State Government would look into the demand for appropriate measures to provide adequate compensation to the families of the victims of the 1983 Nellie massacre. The Government will also look into the issue of providing Permanent Resident Certificates (PRCs) to the offspring of those dubbed as �D� voters.

The present Government in the State created around 25,000 posts in the State Police Department and around 8,000 posts in the department are lying vacant at present. Between 1,000 and 2,000 of these posts fall vacant annually due to superannuation of incumbent officers and staff, he said.

He claimed that the situation in the Bodoland Territorial Autonomous Districts (BTAD) areas is returning to normal and those taking shelter following the incidents of ethnic clash last year are returning to their native places.

The minister also told the House that the Group of Ministers formed to look into the Rabha Hasong imbroglio is holding discussions with the contending groups on the contentious issues.

The cut motions moved by the Opposition members against the demand for grant place were withdrawn after the Minister�s statement.

Ranjit Das (BJP), Phani Bhusan Choudhury and Keshav Mahanta (both AGP), Sherman Ali Ahmed and Monowar Hussain (both AIUDF), and Kamal Singh Narzary (BPF) took part in the debate on the cut motion.

Phanibhushan Choudhury (AGP) said that a grossly understaffed police would always prove to be unequal to the challenges before it, and the State Government would do well to sanction and recruit adequate number of people in police.

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State Govt directive to 1966-71 migrants

GUWAHATI, March 21 � Minister Rockybul Hussain today told the State Assembly that the migrants entering the State during the 1966-1971 period should register themselves with the authorities concerned or else they are to be sent to the detention camps set up for detaining illegal migrants. The minister was replying to a debate on the cut motion for the demand for grant in the State Assembly.

On the issue of harassment caused to innocent people by police officials in matters related to illegal migration, he said the voters identity cards being issued by the Government would end such harassment. He said steps would be taken against those police officials or personnel found guilty of harassing innocent people.

The minister assured the House that the State Government would look into the demand for appropriate measures to provide adequate compensation to the families of the victims of the 1983 Nellie massacre. The Government will also look into the issue of providing Permanent Resident Certificates (PRCs) to the offspring of those dubbed as �D� voters.

The present Government in the State created around 25,000 posts in the State Police Department and around 8,000 posts in the department are lying vacant at present. Between 1,000 and 2,000 of these posts fall vacant annually due to superannuation of incumbent officers and staff, he said.

He claimed that the situation in the Bodoland Territorial Autonomous Districts (BTAD) areas is returning to normal and those taking shelter following the incidents of ethnic clash last year are returning to their native places.

The minister also told the House that the Group of Ministers formed to look into the Rabha Hasong imbroglio is holding discussions with the contending groups on the contentious issues.

The cut motions moved by the Opposition members against the demand for grant place were withdrawn after the Minister�s statement.

Ranjit Das (BJP), Phani Bhusan Choudhury and Keshav Mahanta (both AGP), Sherman Ali Ahmed and Monowar Hussain (both AIUDF), and Kamal Singh Narzary (BPF) took part in the debate on the cut motion.

Phanibhushan Choudhury (AGP) said that a grossly understaffed police would always prove to be unequal to the challenges before it, and the State Government would do well to sanction and recruit adequate number of people in police.

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