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Protect indigenous people: Anup Chetia

ULFA general secretary Anup Chetiya has urged the government to ensure safety and security of the indigenous people in the state.

Addressing a public convention in Kojrajhar on Wednesday, the former rebel blamed it all on the population explosion of the  immigrants which have been a threat to the indigenous lot.

He said the state should be free from illegal infiltration to make healthy developed and integrity and  has urged both state and centre governements to take steps to check illegal infiltration in the state.

BTAD chief Hagrama Mohilary said that BTAD administration was working all round development in the region. He said that peace and unity among all sections of communities must be prevailed to make more development and growth with healthy environment.

Lawrence Islary,ABSU general secretary,Hiteswar Barman,AKRSU president,Birsing Munda,BCF leader were prominent attendees on the occasion.

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