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Demands grow for early solution to Boroland issue

National Democratic Front of Boroland’s both factions - Progressive and Ranjan Daimary - have demanded permanent solution to the Boroland issue through political dialogue.

President of the NDFB-Progressive, Dhiren Boro, General Secretary of the NDFB-Ranjan faction, B Onjalu and  president of Bodo Women’s Justice Forum, Anajli Daimary,have extended Happy New Year greetings to all citizens of the state on the first day of January on Tuesday.

NDFB-P president ,Dhiren Boro said that peace process is getting snail pace over the Boroland state issue and talks is going with centre government,but no solutions are met so far.The NDFB-P and several Bodo organizations are urging the government for permanent solution through the political dialogue.Even though,centre has been showing their well gesture,yet no fruitful was reached on its reality.He has put demand of early creation of Boroland statehood in the state of Assam to meet healthy administration.He also extended his best wishes to all citizens of the state on the first day of January,2019.

‘We do hope that centre will consider to the demands of the new smaller states including Boroland under Article 2 & 3 of Indian constituion’,he said.

General Secretary of the NDFB-Ranjan faction,B Onjalu said that the outfit organizations are  waiting good response from the centre on the Bporoland statehood issue.He said that the talks are held on various occasion and discussed on the statehood issue.He has urged the centre to take bold step to solve Boroland issue through political dialogue.

President of Bodo women’s Justice Forum,Anjali Daimary while extending her new year greetings,wished a political solution of the Boroland statehood issue and held a healthy integration.

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