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NDFB-P displeasure over peace talk

The NDFB-P expresses it's displeasure over the slow progress on the ongoing peace talk with government and demanded the peace talk should be speedy up on political level to make permanent solution of the long standing demand separate state of Bodoland. 

The militant outfit organisation on Monday observed 27th martyrs day of the organization with daylong programme scheduled at three designated camps in the state including at Serfanguri Kumguri Western Zone in Kokrajhar, Barbari in Baksa and Udalguri district. 

Govindo Basumatary, General Secretary of the militant outfit organization while talking with reporters on the occasion told that BJP led NDA govt has not been initiating speedy up of the peace talk which why solution of the Bodoland issue has not been highlighted though the militant outfit had extended support the BJP in the 2014 Lok Sabha  parliamentary elections without any conditions. He said that  the outfit organization had expected early solutions of the Bodo issues through BJP, but today ruling party has no any intention to make solution of the long standing demand of Bodoland issues. 

Basumatary has al so slammed government of India to give citizenship rights to the Hinduism migrants in India was condemnation and it had Gonesh again the constitution as India is secular country. He has demander citizens should be equal is ed and equal treatment should be cated on the country's. 

The occasion was began with hoisting of organisation flag by Govindo Basumatary, General secretary followed of floral tribute by B Bibungti, education secretary and candle light lighted was performed by B Detsung, finance secretary's of the organization. 

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