Civil society condemns alleged high-handedness

Civil society condemns alleged high-handedness

BOMDILA, Jul 19: In the wake of the SUMAA’s ‘Camp Bomdila’ (agitation) on the Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy (TRP) 2014 and the resultant ‘unrest’ among the people especially the business communities of Bomdila, Tenga and Rupa, a meeting under the aegis of West Kameng Indigenous Tribes Union was held as a part of confidence building measure and to boost the morale of the people.

All the civil societies of West Kameng with attendance of all the MLAs, former PRI members, administrative officers, HoDs, district police, office bearers of various political parties, frontal student unions, community based organizations and representatives of the Bazar Committees condemned the recent act of SUMAA at the district headquarters Bomdila and its adjoining areas, in unison.

The reported cases of forceful collections, intimidation and victimization by the activists of SUMAA at Bomdila in the recent past were viewed seriously and it was decided to jointly thwart any undemocratic act of SUMAA in the coming days at Bomdila.

The legislators and all the CBOs called for ‘zero’ tolerance against any such activities in near future and urged the people to stand united.

The house also appealed the people to come out of the fear psychosis and keep the communication line open and to extend every possible help to the district administration and police in curbing such menace in future.

Security has been beefed up at Bomdila and its adjoining areas in view of the current situation. (DIPRO)

 

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