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NDFB threatens agitation

The National Democratic Front Boroland (Progressive) has warned of a massive agitation movement demanding separate Boroland.

The rebel  outfit left the message as they observed 29th Martyrs’ Day on Thursday at the designated camps in Kokrajhar, Baksa and Udalguri district.

 Member and leaders of NDFB-P as well martyrs’ family members paid homage on the occasion at the Serfanguri designated camp in Kokrajhar and the NDFB flag was hoisted half mast by M Gerema, Home Secretary of the organization.

 In Baksa’s Barbari,Gavinda Basumatary,general secretary of the NDFB-P hoisted organisation flag and paid floral tribute to martyrs. In Udalguri,Dhiren Boro,president of the organisation attended the prgogramme and paid homage in a well attended function.

At Sonai designated camp in Udalguri district,Ranjan Daimary fcation NDFB observed the day with day-long programme scheduled.Ranjan Daimary,founder chairman of the NDFB paid homage to martyrs.

Talking to Assam Times, R Daokha, assistant secretary for information and publicity, NDFB-P accused the government of tactically delaying the Bodoland issue,even though it has been holding peace talks on the issues,yet the talks to be met fruitful on its reality.

 He also demanded immediate information about missing cadre and leaders of the organisation in the ‘all-clear operation’ that took place in 2003.

 

 ‘Five-six cadres are still went missing in the operation and there is no any information whereabout them’,he added.

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