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ADSU demands Prime minister intervention on Dimaraji issue
Diphu, Sept 13:
Published on 14 Sep. 2010 1:35 AM IST
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The All Dimasa Students’ Union (ADSU), Karbi Anglong district Committee, along with a conglomeration of other Dimasa social bodies have submitted a memorandum to the Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh today demanding quick settlement of the charter of Demands of the Dima Halam Daigah (DHD) now on Ceasefire status including the demand for creation of the proposed Dimaraji statehood.
The letter was handed over to the Deputy Commissioner, Karbi Anglong for onward submission to the PM’s office. The ADSU and other houses also made a sit-in demonstration in front of the DC’s office today.
Through the memo, the Dimasa organizations had urged the Prime Minister for an appropriate solution of the DHD Charter of demands for establishment of peace, faith and growth in the insurgency infested North East region.
The ADSU and other Dimasa bodies pointed out that in wake of the failure to settle the pending issues of the DHD even after a prolong period of seven years, since signing of the tripartite talk between the Union, State Government and the DHD way back in 2003, there had been every possibility of violence of Ceasefire rules by the DHD rank and files after expiry of the deadline, 2nd October, set by the outfit.
The memo also viewed that since the DHD had given the concerned authorities a stipulated period of time (October 2) to redress their demands, the radical group may resort to vigorous means of struggles to the press the government for settlement of their issues.
The memorandum was signed by David Thousen and Jitu Thousen, president and secretary, ADSU, Karbi Anglong unit and one copy of the same was also given to the Union Home Minister of India, P. Chidambaram.

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