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Crack in NDFB: Ranjan Daimary to continue as chairman

There is report of vertical split in the National Democratic Front of Bodoland. The chairman of the Bodo rebel outfit DR Nabla has claimed that he will lead the outfit despite the earlier order sacking him from the stint.

Quoting Nabala as saying a section of media reports he would the lead the NDFB as it was for the 22 years to ensure national self-determination, independence and sovereignty.

The outfit which is blamed for the October serial bombings in Assam, removed its Bangladesh-based president, Nabla, last week and announced its decision to contest next year's parliamentary elections either directly or indirectly.

The NDFB general assembly on December 15 replaced its founder president Nabla alias Ranjan Daimary and appointed his deputy Dhiren Boro as its leader.
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dinesh's picture

For better or worse this replacement of Ranjan Daimary from the post of Chairman of NDFB by the NDFB leaders is just another calamity in Boro histry. Common Boro people are simply puzzled and who knows where will fate lead them to?
Monjib Mochahari's picture

if it's realy fact, the split in the NDFB will only lead to further killings of Bodo intellectuals in the coming days. After all, it's a shame to the entire bodo community to see getting lost on the half-way to destiny.
Saranjit Basumatary's picture

I am proud of NDFB beacuse NDFB is the root of Bodo people
Mukesh Basumatary's picture

The govt. of Assan blamed the NDFB for October's serial bombing,however it looks like Govt. Of Assam is to be blamed because their political ideology to always impose 'divide and rule' policy to weaken the unity of Bodo people was the real cause for so much violence in Assaw.
Sangeeta Daimari's picture

There should not be any fighting in Assam and the people Assam should live happily without any terrorist attack.

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