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Missing records: ANVC B argues

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  27 April 2015 12:00 AM GMT


SHILLONG, April 26: The State level meeting convened by the Chief Secretary recently witnessed intense argument between the ex-ANVC B leaders and state officials regarding the missing verification records of ex-ANVC B cadres. State officials who were looking into the rehabilitation of disbanded cadres accused ex-ANVC B leaders of not cooperating and not completing the verification of ANVC B members.

The ex-ANVC B leaders countered by saying that the entire process of verification was done on December 13, 2014 before disbanding, adding that ANVCs were verified on 12th and 14th December while ANVC B’s were verified on December 14, 2014.

“How come our records went missing while ANVC records were all there? It was a manipulation and a plot to deprive our members to frustrate them and push them back to the jungle,” said ex- ANVC B leaders.

They further informed that many cases were pending against them and that only three out of all the weapons handed over to the Government was working. This was an utter lie and we are disappointed in the way things are unfolding in front of us. Before disbanding, we were informed by District Authorities to complete the verification process before the disbanding ceremony.

We made all effort to complete the process by bringing our members before the set date and completing the verification in a day, adding that, now they are accusing us of not cooperating and not going through a verification process and also accuse us of pending cases and defective weapons etc, ex-ANVC B leaders said. According to the ex-ANVC B leaders, this has put doubts as the records of ANVCs are in place, only our records were missing. “We, in spite of not getting equal support we cooperated, we did not have liaison office, desigted camps and or stipends paid to us like others got every month”.

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