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72 hrs bandh in Mon
Published on 13 Feb. 2010 12:33 AM IST
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A 72-hour bandh from 5 a.m of March 2 to 5 p.m of March 4 within Changlangshu and Bumei village jurisdiction border road Mon to Tobu has been called jointly by the Changlangshu Village Council (CVC), Bumei Village Council, students union and KNSK units. The three organizations in a joint statement said the bandh was called in protest against destroying of water supply pipe lines and main source tank of Changlangshu and Bumei villages allegedly by the Aomeshu clan of Monyakshu village on March 10, 2008. The organizations said the state government has not taken any action for the damages due to which the affected villages have been facing “untold grievances and hardships for dearth of water till today.” It was stated that separate memorandums were submitted to the PHED minister and DC Mon to take necessary action but to no avail. The Aomeshu clan of Monyakshu village and its village council have been silent till today, it added. Security vehicle, medical team, media persons and administration etc have been exempted from the purview of the bandh. “If the government fails to take any action after 72 hours bandh, we will go for indefinite bandh within PWD road Changlanshu village,” the statement added. The statement was signed by CVC chairman, S. Kehoang; head GB, B. N. Wanmai, VC secretary, M. Sangti; VDB secretary, W. Beyau; CVSU president, Y. Poangba; CVSU general secretary, S. E. Moba; CVSU action chairman, N. Moba; KNSK unit Changlangshu village president, Poangmai and KNSK unit secretary, Neangmai.

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