Guwahati: The three tier Unified Command Stucture hunkers down here in Dispur on Monday to fine tune a set of strategies to flush out ULFA and KLNLF are now camping Karbi Anglong district to make the situation more volatile.
Coming out of the brainstorming session Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi says, “the unified command meet decided to launch the operation in the hills district to bust their camps atop the hills district.”
According to Mr Gogoi, who heads the three-tier structure, security is being tightened in Upper Assam and Indo-Bhutan border.
Backed by KNLF, ULFA builds camps in the hill district of Karbi Anglong to attack the Hindi-speaking people, he says.
Mr Gogoi says, ULFA and KLNLF are involved in the killing spree and the Government promises action against them.
The meeting further reviews the overall security arrangements state to ensure a peaceful celebration of the Independence Day.
M L Kumayat, and Director NE of the Ministry A K Goel, Special Secretary (Internal Security) of the Ministry of Home Affairs, DG, BSF, A K Mitra and his CRPF counterpart S I S Ahmed are among those who attended the meeting.
Union Grants Commission (UGC) sponsored workshop on HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION IN ASSAM is all scheduled to be held on 28th June 2008 with a day long program at ADP College premises Nagaon organized by English Department, ADP College. The agenda of the program starts off with lighting of the ceremonial lamp at 10.30am by Dr. J Balaji D.C Nagaon. A photo exhibition on the them HUMAN RIGHTS VIOLATION IN ASSAM will be in display by UB Photos a premier photo news agency of the North East and its director Utpal Baruah will brief the gathering on documentation of those photos and his experience on the subject. Kuladhar Saikia IPS IGP Assam Police will address the house on "Human Rights- HISTORY and REALITY". Former President Editors Guild of India and Veteran Journalist of Assam Dhirendra Nath Bezbaruah will preside over the session. Right activist, Sahitya Akademi awardee and President Bodo Women Justice Forum Anjali Daimary on behalf of the mass people and G M Srivastava DGP Assam Police on behalf of the administration will elaborately speak on 'Issues and Propaganda related to Violation of Human Rights'.
9 Oct 2008 - 10:31pm | editor
Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Friday visited the violence-hit areas of Udalguri and Darrang districts in where at least 62 people were killed, hundreds of houses torched and over one lakh people have been rendered homeless.
The Chief Minister visited the Bhakatpara and Bechimari camps, where more than 10,000 people have taken shelter. Normalcy returns to these areas and curfew had been withdrawn from most parts of the affected districts.
However, both indigenous people and immigrant settlers were still maintaining night vigil as the villagers were trying to rebuild their lives as more than 120 houses had been torched with majority of the victims were indigenous people.
GOLAGHAT: Altogether 140 players are fighting in the ongoing All Assam Kung Fu Championship in Golaghat which is ending on Sunday.
The clash for championship is going tough with many promising fighters in the fray in the two days event organized by the Golaghat District Kung Fu Association at the Golaghat Govt HS School Playground.
Grand master from Manipur Sifu Naren Singh opened the state's first ever Kung Fu Championship at a brief function on Saturday much to the major encouragement of thr sports fraternity.