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Assam groups submit memorandum to interlocutor
Correspondent DIPHU, DEC 7:
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Published on 8 Dec. 2009 1:06 AM IST
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A number of social, political and cultural groups on behalf of different ethnic communities across the district meet PC Haldar, Interlocutor of Government of India responsible for carrying out negotiation with various ethnic militant organizations of Assam like the UPDS/DHD/ NDFB, Diphu circuit house yesterday to share their views on a workable solution with the UPDS . They appraised him about their stand on the ongoing peace process. and put forward separate memo to the ex- IB chief to advice him to chalk out an agreeable way to settle insurgency problem of the district. Forty two organization of the district submitted memorandum to P.C. Haldar, including ASDC, BJP, NCP, KAPP, KANCHASDCOM, IPRPF, KAMF, KCS, KSA, UCF, KNCA, SKA, KUYA, KSO, KHRW, BSS, KOA, TSU, AABYSF, ADSU and its allied association, the ex- BLT welfare society and its associate organization during his stay at Diphu Circuit House yesterday. While the ASDC memorandum stressed on the accomplishment of the Article 244 (A) of the Indian constitution for he hill districts of Assam as a pre condition for lasting peace in the region, the ADSU chiefly focused on the arrangement of Dimaraji creation for the bringing back peace and progress of the region. Other organization like the Ex-BLT welfare society and the IPRF urged him to study different characteristics of the problems minutely before making his commendation to the government of India so that an early and harmonious solution of the problems could be worked out. Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council (KAAC) delegation led by chief executive member Joyram Engleng, put forward a memo to PC Haldar. Jibon Singh, DIG central range, NI Hussain, DIG, SB, MC Sahu, DC Karbi Anglong were present with the Interlocutor at the Circuit House during his interactions with the different organization.

 
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