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AAVDO conference on border coordination held
Published on 30 Jan. 2010 12:35 AM IST
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The All Assam Village Defense Organisation (Village defense party) held its 61st annual conference at Karanga, near Jorhat on Friday with chief minister of Assam Tarun Gogoi as chief guest. The event was hosted by Jorhat District where village defense personnels delegates from all over Assam attended the meet. The organisers also invited the BPCC (A-N) to this mega event. It is pertinent to mention that Assam shares its border mainly with three neighboring states viz. Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya and Nagaland where border disputes with law and order situation prevails every now and then. With the formation of BPCC(A-N) way back in the year 2005 and due to efforts put forward for maintaining peace and coordination by this committee, the situation in the Assam-Nagaland border areas specifically in the districts of Jorhat in Assam and Mokokchung in Nagaland had noticed significant improvement by the governments. To harness such ideas of BPCC like committees and to replicate in other areas for bringing peace and coordination, the organisers had sought panel discussion during the meet. The BPCC (A-N) was led by its vice-president Imsu Jamir and coordinator Er. Temsu Wathi Ao (Assam-Nagaland). Executive committee members from neighboring Naga villages viz. Akumen, Tsuremmen, Saring, Aosenden and Aosungkum village members attended the meet besides executive committee members from Assam side. Sankar Baruah, DGP Assam had spoke about strengthening of present VDP (Village defense party) set and sought governments funding for its personnel’s welfare including hike in honorarium. He has also praised the proactive role played by the BPCC (A-N) and wished the delegates who have come from Nagaland. The chief guest in his speech lauded the commendable services rendered by the VDP and assured governmental aid to strengthen the existing set up with promises of hike in honorarium and other basic facilities. The meeting was anchored by Debojit Hazarika, Superintendent of Police, Jorhat and vote of thanks pronounced by Ramesh Chandra Jain, Deputy Commissioner of Jorhat district.

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