From our Correspondent
KOKRAJHAR, May 25: Former Rajya Sabha MP from Assam and now president of United People’s Party, Liberal (UPPL), Urkhao Gwra Brahma on Thursday said that there should be clear-cut policies on certain crucial issues of the State and the region, on which Prime Minister rendra Modi should clarify his stand before the people during his visit to Assam on May 26.
In a press statement, Brahma made an appeal to the Prime Minister to mark his visit to Assam by declaring certain clear-cut policy decisions to resolve the crucial issues as early as possible for the better future of the region. These issues are ever growing unemployment problems which has triggered growth of militancy and extremism in the State as well as the region, flood and erosion problem which has drastically changed the topography of various localities, degenerated agriculture economy that has produced thousands of landless people in the State and peace process with some armed rebellion groups, particularly with the NDFB and ULFA, which have already joined the process of dialogue.
Brahma also demanded to draw clear-cut policy on the Bodo medium problem in an inclusive way, including other ethnic problems like land settlement of indigenous people, relief and rehabilitation of displaced people due to various situations like flood and erosion and civil conflict, expediting the process of NRC update and removing all hurdles in detention and identification of all illegal citizens.