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Tuki urges Centre to solve insurgency issue

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ITANAGAR, April 4 � With the eastern-most part of the hill State of Arunachal comprising Tirap, Changlang and Longding districts affected by insurgency problem, State Chief Minister Nabam Tuki has made a fervent appeal to the Central Government to resolve the issue once and for all.

Tuki�s appeal came in the wake of Thursday�s senseless killing of three Army jawans and injuring four others in an ambush by suspected militants near Khonsa in Tirap district. �Unless the core issue of insurgency is resolved permanently, such incidents may recur�, he said.

�At the receiving end will be always the common people, security personnel, the administration and the State Government. The Central Government needs to act fast,� said the Chief Minister, who had a high level meeting with top police officials here this morning to review the security and overall law and order situation in the trouble-torn district.

Condemning the incident in strongest terms, the CM said such inhuman acts will not be tolerated by the people of this peaceful State. He directed the police for strict vigil and round-the-clock surveillance in the district to maintain peace and security of the people. He also ordered the DIG (East) to remain stationed in the district to personally monitor the situation.

He also requested his Cabinet colleagues from the area � Wanglin Lowangdong and Thangwang Wangham to take stock of the situation and do the needful.

Taking cognisance of the spontaneous reaction of the people against the killing of soldiers, the Chief Minister appealed for peace and support to the administration and the security agencies to deal with the insurgency problem in the region.

Expressing his deepest sense of condolences to the respective units and families of the martyrs, Tuki said the State and its people share the pain of the irreparable loss. �We salute the brave jawans who made the supreme sacrifice while on duty to provide security to the common people. Their sacrifice will not go in vain and people of Arunachal Pradesh and the country will always remember them,� he said.

State Governor Lt Gen Nirbhay Sharma (Retd) also condemned the attack on the Army convoy in Tirap district. Expressing heartfelt condolences to the bereaved families, the Governor said that those responsible for the crime will be brought to book and people of the State will not forget their (jawans�) ultimate sacrifice. Asserting that peace is a prerequisite for development, he urged upon the people to stand united against anti-social elements.

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Tuki urges Centre to solve insurgency issue

ITANAGAR, April 4 � With the eastern-most part of the hill State of Arunachal comprising Tirap, Changlang and Longding districts affected by insurgency problem, State Chief Minister Nabam Tuki has made a fervent appeal to the Central Government to resolve the issue once and for all.

Tuki�s appeal came in the wake of Thursday�s senseless killing of three Army jawans and injuring four others in an ambush by suspected militants near Khonsa in Tirap district. �Unless the core issue of insurgency is resolved permanently, such incidents may recur�, he said.

�At the receiving end will be always the common people, security personnel, the administration and the State Government. The Central Government needs to act fast,� said the Chief Minister, who had a high level meeting with top police officials here this morning to review the security and overall law and order situation in the trouble-torn district.

Condemning the incident in strongest terms, the CM said such inhuman acts will not be tolerated by the people of this peaceful State. He directed the police for strict vigil and round-the-clock surveillance in the district to maintain peace and security of the people. He also ordered the DIG (East) to remain stationed in the district to personally monitor the situation.

He also requested his Cabinet colleagues from the area � Wanglin Lowangdong and Thangwang Wangham to take stock of the situation and do the needful.

Taking cognisance of the spontaneous reaction of the people against the killing of soldiers, the Chief Minister appealed for peace and support to the administration and the security agencies to deal with the insurgency problem in the region.

Expressing his deepest sense of condolences to the respective units and families of the martyrs, Tuki said the State and its people share the pain of the irreparable loss. �We salute the brave jawans who made the supreme sacrifice while on duty to provide security to the common people. Their sacrifice will not go in vain and people of Arunachal Pradesh and the country will always remember them,� he said.

State Governor Lt Gen Nirbhay Sharma (Retd) also condemned the attack on the Army convoy in Tirap district. Expressing heartfelt condolences to the bereaved families, the Governor said that those responsible for the crime will be brought to book and people of the State will not forget their (jawans�) ultimate sacrifice. Asserting that peace is a prerequisite for development, he urged upon the people to stand united against anti-social elements.