From Our Correspondent
Silchar, March 29: Awareness building and leaders’ consultation on approaches to the demand of the Indigenous Peoples’ Forum (IPF) of N.C. Hills and challenges simultaneously, with a particular focus on Bifurcation of N.C. Hills district was held at Hangseuki Hall, Lodi , Haflong recently.
The meeting was attended by 120 delegates from different IPF communities of the district. The meeting also discusses the indigenous rights and issues relating to the minorities concern of the district and how the growing interest of the IPF demand for bifurcation and total opposition of the proposed wild-life sanctuary would be set in motion and suitable mechanism to address ethnic minorities’ aspirations against their struggle from the domince of the majority. The meeting filly reiterates the need for full-swing programs and plans along with mass participation as well as the need to gain access to more regiol, tiol and intertiol mechanism for fil justice against the shimmering discontent amongst the people of the district.