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Team leaves for identifying Bru refugees

By The Assam Tribune

AIZAWL, Nov 1 - A team of 30 officials led by Mizoram-Tripura border Mamit DC, Lalbiaksangi today left for Kanhmun village on the banks of the Tripura border river Langkaih to undertake identification of bonafide residents of Mizoram in a Tripura relief camp from tomorrow. Lalbiaksangi said that the team would conduct the identification process in Kaskau relief camp. The identification process is the beginning of the proposed eighth phase physical repatriation of 3,445 Bru families lodged in the six relief camps in North Tripura district and scheduled to continue till November 21. � PTI

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Team leaves for identifying Bru refugees

AIZAWL, Nov 1 - A team of 30 officials led by Mizoram-Tripura border Mamit DC, Lalbiaksangi today left for Kanhmun village on the banks of the Tripura border river Langkaih to undertake identification of bonafide residents of Mizoram in a Tripura relief camp from tomorrow. Lalbiaksangi said that the team would conduct the identification process in Kaskau relief camp. The identification process is the beginning of the proposed eighth phase physical repatriation of 3,445 Bru families lodged in the six relief camps in North Tripura district and scheduled to continue till November 21. � PTI