The All Bodo Students Union ( ABSU) has again reiterated it's demand of creation of separate Bodoland state curving of Assam and in a significant symbolic step of demands despatch mass letters to Prime Minister Narendra Modi seeking early creation of Bodoland state through Post Office today in Kokrajhar.
Thousands of student activitists and common publics thronged the Kokrajhar Post Office and despacthed postal letters to the PM urging early creation and held permanent solution of the long standing demand of Bodoland issue.
Former Rajya Sabha MP Urkhao Gwra Brahma, Lawrence Islary, general secretary of the Absu, Jatirindra Brahm, BTC MCLA among others despatched letters to PM Modi seeking early creationof Bodoland state.
The Absu claimed that over 3 lakhs of mass letters are despatch to the PM from various districts of the state including Kokrajhar seeking district has 50 thousand letters on support demand early creation of Bodoland state through political dialogue involving home minister of India in the ensuing parliamentary session and held permanent peace and integration.
Lawrence Islary, general secretary of the Absu reiterates that the students union and common peoples of the state demanding early solution of long standing demand of Bodoland state. He has expressed his hopeful that PM Modi will look after the letters that are being despatch on the issue of Bodoland state as he is supervision all letters sent from various parts of the country.
Former MP Brahma has urged the PM Modi and centre to take bold step to create separate Bodoland state in the state. He said that mass letter sending is a medium of seeking democratic rights in the country.
Mentioned be made that Absu had submitted first mass letters to PM of India Dr Manmohan Singh, the then USA govt in 2010 seeking early creation of separate Bodoland state in Assam.