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36 hrs Dima Hasao Bandh


In protest against the custodial death of Wari Dimasa, DHD(J) cadre by Dogra Regiment, camp Thaizuari, the Dima Halam Daogah (Jewel) calls for a 36 hours Dima Hasao Bandh starting from 5 AM of March 14th (Tomorrow).


They are demanding Arrest of the commanding officer of Dogra regiment and compensation of 5 lakhs rupees to the family and 3. Withdrawal of the Dogra regt from Dima Hasao District.


Mentionably,One Wari Dimasa @ Thangben Kemprai, 19, a cadre of Dima Halam Daogah (Jewel)son of Pelen Kemprai of Mojowari under Diyungbra died in Army custody, the relatives alleged.


According to his relative Kemprai had gone to his home on leave for 7 days, but he became late to return to the designated camp. On March 9, jawans of 16 Dogra Posted at Thaizuari brought him from his house and later informed the relatives Kemprai died.


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Why always the public has to suffer?? After all the public has to suffer the consequences of the bandhs. India, in real sense has never been a friend of Dimaraji ( read Hirimba Kingdom and Senapati Tularam Country till 1854). They are just carrying foward the legacy of the British Imperialist! Arm struggle don't give long term peace but as BHAGAT SINGH said "Bhehro ko sunane ke liye Dhamake ka zarurat hota hai". I think it is time they treat the denizens of Dimaraji as it's equal citizen. Some people questioned why Dima Hasao?? Nobody question why Assam??? They forgot that half the territory of present Assam belonged to the Hirimba Kingdom , which fell to British rule much after Ahom kingdom was occupied by British. Juthai !

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