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Bike rally in support of Bodoland

The All Bodo Students Union(ABSU) and its movement group NDFB(P),PJACBM have again reiterate organized a grand bike rally in support seeking separate Bodoland state under Article 2 & 3 of Indian constitution today in Kokrajhar along with rest of different districts in the state.

Although government had promised to hold tripartite talks over the Bodoland by April 14 during the indefinite-hunger strike on March 15, but still today any formal invitation letter about holding peace talk was reached to the ABSU and its allied movement groups.

 The rally was started from Jnagkritai Pwthar in Kokrajhar via new fly over traversed to Kargaon,Owabari, Kalipukhri,Haltugaon Tinali,Simbargaon,Bishmuri, Alangi,Gossaigaon,Bhawraguri,Dotma.

 Nearly 500 activists from ABSU, NDFB (P), and PJACBM with banner, placards participated in the rally and demanded early creation of Bodoland state.

Promod Boro, ABSU president flagged off the rally. Boro said that students union NAD its allied movement groups are awaiting the invitation letter from government to participate in the tripartite talks over Bodoland. He said that the movement for Bodoland would be continued till achieve of Bodoland in the region. He has urged the government to take stern measures while solving Bodoland issue; otherwise it will be face strong movement in coming days.



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