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DHD (N) hopeful of early breakthrough in talks
Correspondent DIPHU, NOV 2:
Published on 3 Nov. 2009 12:49 AM IST
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Dima Halam Daugh (DHD) leader Dilip Nunisa Monday said that tripartite talks held in New Delhi October 22 last including DHD (N), Assam and Central government ended with promising result, where the government and DHD (N) on principle agreed to meet the demands of the organization within the ambit of the Indian constitution. The apex level leaders of DHD (N) including its chairman Dilip Nunisa, general secretary “deputy CinC” addressed the media at their Dhansiri Liaison office near Diphu. Nunisa said that their demands have been established in the Centre. The DHD (N) leaders are camping at its Dhansiri designated camp to monitor over the week long leadership training of DHD (N)’s 46 officers and 200 civil servants which starts November 2. As a part of the training programme, various competitive sports including social and cultural events have been organized by DHD (N). These events would directly facilitate DHD (N) to interact with people from various walks of the society. Probably the closing ceremony of this programme will culminate through open meeting. Expressing his view over the events of DHD (J)’s surrender over the central government’s assurance of meeting the demands of DHD (J) within a period of hundred days, Dilip Nunisa said that his organization welcomed the optimism of DHD (J). Nunisa, however, said that they (DHD-N) were carrying out the process of negotiation with the central government for the last six year and was yet to get any concrete result even after they surrendered arms of 800 odd cadres and deposited in Double Locker System. The apex DHD leader said that in order to carry forward the cause of the “Dimasa nationality” with the centre he tried to negotiated with Nirenjan Hojai – present acting chief of DHD (J) – but did not receive any result. He opined that since the demands of both the organizations were identical solution could be sought jointly. Categorically stating that solution cannot be expected by carrying out bloodbath but through cooperation and dialogue, Nunisa said other ultra organizations including ULFA, UPDS and NDFB’s demands should also reach a “logical conclusion” through the process of dialogue. UPDS airs optimism United Peoples’ Democratic Solidarity (UPDS) has expressed its satisfaction over the appointment of PC Haldar, as ‘Political Interlocutor’ for UPDS and other radical groups for political dialogue. In a press release issued here, UPDS publicity secretary Tung-eh- Nongloda said UPDS has been demanding for appointment of a full-fledged political Interlocutor so that the ongoing tripartite talk that has been lingering for the last five years could reach a logical conclusion. “The UPDS has been conveying to the Home Ministry time and again that, Special Secretary as Centre’s envoy to tripartite talk with UPDS can not resolve the political issues as demanded by the organization,” the release mentioned.

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