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ANCC blocks National Highway

Adivasi National Convention Committee blockades National Highway along Karigaon in Kokrajhar district today demanded ST status to the Adivasi community, solve the militant issue and problems of the ceasefire groups of militant outfits of the Adivasis through political dialogue as soon as possible. 

Hundreds of agitators with banner, placards blockade the national high way which have been affected road communication along the highways. 

The ANCC, an umbrella organization of the ceasefire organization of the community demanded early granting of STstatus to Adivadis, solution of the issue and grievances of the ceasefire of militant outfit organizations of the Adivasi community

The committee has warned for mass vigorous movement if their demands are not meet. The government has been tactically delayed the issue of the Adivasis, of which why the ceasefire militant organizations deprived of solution of issues. 

'We demand for granting of scheduled status to get uplift of Adivasi community, which is constitutional right', said Ambrit Beck, ANCC leader.

 

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