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AYO backs Bodoland demand

The All Bodo Students Union ( ABSU) and Arunachal Youth Organisation ( AYO) will work jointly for peaceful co-existence in the north eastern region. 

 Both the organization held interactive cum awareness session at Hotel Donyi Polo in Itanagar on Sunday to boost communal harmony, unity and brotherhood.

A five member delegation led by ABSU General Secretary Lawrence Islary attended the session with Giogi Talar, president and Making Taxing, general secretary of organization. They discussed and resolved jointly to extend all possible help to ABSU to the cause of realizing Bodoland with all possible democratic means only.

Respecting ABSU sentiments on the issue of Bodoland, the Arunachal Youth Organisation will raise the issue with Union minister of state for home Kiren Rijiju at the earliest and extend out support by submitting a memorandum.

Delegates of the students union included Kusum Swargiary, adviser, B Kwirwm Dwirwm, Kwrwmdao Wary, secretary and Maneswar Daimary Public Relation secretary of ABSU.

 

 

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