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NRC update process should be free of political influence: AKGM

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  9 April 2015 12:00 AM GMT

From our Staff Correspondent

DIBRUGARH, April 8: To make the tiol Register of Citizens (NRC) update process free from political influence, the Assam Khilongiya Ga Mancha (AKGM) has demanded dissolution of legislative assembly, all panchayats, municipal boards and other corporations.

The first executive committee meeting of the newly floated AKGM, held at the Dibrugarh tya Mandir recently under the presidentship of Mancha president Kamala Rajkonwar, discussed in details about the various problems usually faced by the indigenous communities of the State. The Mancha after threadbare discussion on the issue, resolved to adopt all necessary steps for upholding the language, religion, culture and tradition of the indigenous communities.

The Mancha also resolved that the Union Government should settle all the demands of pro-talk ULFA faction and initiate dialogue process with the Paresh Barua faction of the ULFA, if necessary, in a different country under the supervision of UNO for the greater welfare and development of the State.

The AKGM in another resolution demanded inclusion of tea tribes’ community in the Sixth Schedule of the Constitution and UNO’s intervention on settling the much hyped definition of Khilongiya Asomiya (Indigenous Assamese).

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