SUMAA submits memo to DC, West Kameng

SUMAA submits memo to DC, West Kameng

ITANAGAR, Jul 10: Maintaining its firm stands on the TRP issue, the Students’ United Movement of All Arunachal (SUMAA) has on Monday submitted a five-point memorandum to the DC, West Kameng towards safeguarding the interests of the indigenous people of the State.

The SUMAA, in its memorandum, demanded immediate roll back of Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy, 2014 that emphasizes on 20% job quota, trading licence, land lease rights; cancellation and seizure of ‘illegal’ PRC/ST certificates obtained by the Tibetan refugees from District Administration, immediate surrender of trading licence obtained by Tibetan refugees/foreigners, written agreement from Central Tibetan Administration to not claim Indian citizenship and ST/PRC in the soil of Arunachal Pradesh, and immediate filtration of Tibetan refugees and deportation to their designated camp.

The memorandum stated if the demands are not met within three days the Union will be compelled to take own course of action, even rigorous indefinite movement will be launched in entire West Kameng district so as to protect the indigenous people from the intrusion of Tibetan refugees.

Prior to submitting the memorandum, the team SUMAA headed by president Tagru Tame, general secretary Suraj Ligu and Issue chairman cum vice president (protocol) Kaling Moyong had a meeting with various elite and community leaders and took inputs about the issue from them, said a release here.

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