From Our Correspondent
UDALGURI, Sept 8: The Peoples Joint Action Committee for Boroland Movement (PJACBM), a conglomerate inclusive organisation has expressed their anguishes over the dilly-dallying attitude of Government of India, for its failure in keeping up its commitment to hold second round of political discussion.
The last tripartite talk took place in New Delhi in presence of Union Home Minister Rajth Singh, Chief Minister of Sarbanda Sonowal and Cabinet Minister Chandra Mohan Patowary. They had resolved to find an amicable solution to the Bodoland imbroglio by having a continuous dialogue without any break. But now four months had elapsed and there is no sign of the commitment given by the Government, the PJACBM stated.
The PJACBM has also condemned the so called statement of S S Ahluwalia denying the demands of Twipraland, Gorkhaland during his visit to Tripura. Ahluwalia, an MP from Darjeeling has been voted in the me of Gorkhaland and had committed to the Gorkhas and he was also committed to Bodoland issue, when he was an observer and BJP in charge of Assam, the PJACBM said.
The PJACBM strongly urges the Government of India for immediate resumption of the political level tripartite talk and they also expressed their concern and dissatisfaction with the lackadaisical attitude on the part of government towards the Bodo issue. The PJACBM has been forced to take agitatiol programme, they said. The organisation has announced a 12-hour Assam bandh on September 11 from 5am to 5 pm, indefinite mass hunger strike from October 1, 12-hour railway blockade in October and indefinite economic blockade in November. This was stated in a press release by Rakesh Boro, the Chief Convenor of PJACBM here.