From a Correspondent
MORIGAON, June 15: All Tiwa Students’ Union (ATSU), Tiwa Yuba Chatra Parishad (TYCP) and All Tiwa Mahila Samiti (ATMS) have appealed to the State Government to take initiative to pull out the Tiwa Autonomous Council (TAC) from its present unstable condition.
The leaders of the organizations said at a press meet on Wednesday at Morigaon Press Club that the TAC was unstable during the tenure of the Congress party due to divisive politics in TAC. Development work of the TAC has stopped since the last three months as the Chief Executive Member of the council had resigned from the post and was nomited for MLA post for Morigon constituency in the Assembly election 2016.
Dharmasingh Bordoloi, president, ATSU, Ratneswar Deuri, secretary, TYCP, Anil Famzong, president, Juli Mithi, secretary of ATMS, said that the Additiol Chief Secretary, Rajib Kr. Bora vide-letter no.TAD/DC/721/2012/PT-11/81 Ddat.ed-11/5/2016 had directed the Deputy Commissioner, Morigaon to fill up the vacant post of CEM of TAC at the end of the election notification.
Accordingly, the Deputy Commissioner decided to organize the general meeting of the TAC on June 21 and sent letters to all the elected members of the council through the CEO of the council to attend the meeting. The organizations have demanded the intervention of the Chief Minister so the general meeting can be held on June 21.