The government bid to pacify the six striking communities for ST status is likely to go in vain as they are all set to boycott the meeting with Kyndiah slated for Tuesday in the capital.
All the six communities have already announced their boycott decision saying it will not serve the purpose. But the government is trying its best to make the bid a successful one in the run up to the panchayat polls.
According to information, the officials of the Chief Minister’s office, top official of the WPTBC department, one leading MLA from Upper Assam are in constant touch with the agitating leaders of the six communities.
WT message were issued and Assam House and Assam Bhawan in Delhi were reportedly vacated to accommodate the leaders of the six communities.
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