Kokrajhar: The All India Bodo People's National League for Bodoland Statehood (AIBPNLBS) has requested the Central government to hold fresh talks regarding the creation of a separate state for the Bodos.
Sansuma Khunggur Bwiswmuthiary, the President of the organization said that the Central government should newly start the process of political dialogues and negotiations on the demand to create a separate state for the Bodo people.
Bwiswmuthiary, who also is a former Lok Sabha MP said the Bodo Peace Accord is merged with a deep-rooted political conspiracy to frustrate and dismantle the whole concept of autonomy under the Sixth Schedule of the Indian constitution.
The tripartite peace record, which was described as "historic" by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, was signed in Delhi in January in the presence of Union home minister, Amit Shah, Assam chief minister Sarbananada Sonowal, members of the National Democratic Front of Bodoland and the All Bodo Students' Union (ABSU).
The organisation, AIBPNLBS condemns the state government for denying them permission to hold the 3rd Special Convention of the ABSU in Kokrajhar. It was to take place on Sunday.