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NDFB (P) to continue fight for Bodoland statehood

The National Democratic Front of Boroland(Progressive)in a press release issued today here at Udalguri reacted to a news item published in a news paper which stated that the outfit (pro-talk) faction has already surrendered and said that the news item was ‘false and baseless.’The press release of the pro talk faction of the NDFB issued by S. Sanjarang, information nad publicity secretary of the outfit clarified by saying that the outfit signed the suspension of operation way back on January 6 in 2009 to hold talks within the framework of the Constitution of India and the political dialogue too is going on smoothly. The outfit has not surrendered but signed the ceasefire agreement to hold talks on the issue of the separate state of Bodoland, the press release said.“ The Constitution of India has entitled us the right to achieve statehood as per the provision in the Article 2 and 3 of the constitution of India. The NDFB(P) will firmly stick to the separate Bodoland sate demand until the cherished goal is achieved,” the press release added.

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