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DHD(J) suspends killings in NC hills

Bloods in the blue hills of North Cachar stops spilling as the DHD(J) militants have suspending their operations from Friday. Talking to a satellite TV channel on Friday its publicity secretary Faifrang Dimasa said there will not be any killing from today but made it clear that they will not allow work on National Highway and broad gauge conversion projects until the Government signs ceasefire pact with them.

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Number of Dimasa militant group are formed so far in hills formed in the name of tribe protection and with most beautiful and wonderful aims and objectives their mind can ever think of. But after ceasefire, they forget everything, they extract money and wealth from poor and needy people and with that they celebrate their honeymoon with that. They also go around the villages like village dog showing the way for the armies. It had been many a times that they killed innocent poor uneducated villagers, not the armies.this thing was done by present DHD (ceasefire group). Now if new group will get ceasefire there will be more of that stuffs. All national highway and railway lines coming up to our place is something we should be very happy and proud about. Why the hell they need to interfere in that.instead they are the one who is suppose to give securities and force them to complete it as soon as possible.looking at all these do you think that they are forming group for the good of tribe as they say themselves?no development no nothing,going from bad to worse is just because of militants.

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