Absu appeals to Centre for probe
Kokrajhar: The All Bodo Students Union (Absu) on Sunday appealed to the Centre to form an inquiry commission to probe into the recent killings in the BTC area. “It is a well known fact that in the recent past the people of Bodoland witnessed uninterrupted killings...in the hands of anti-social elements and most surprisingly the role of the Assam government to prevent such killings was nothing,” Absu said.
rime Minister Manmohan Singh will lay the foundation stone of Kokrajhar University at Debargaon on Tuesday. “We, therefore, appeal to the Prime Minister to install an inquiry commission to find the truth,” the union said.
Kohima: Vice-chancellor of the Nagaland University K. Kannan has appealed to the head of departments, deans and members of the academiccouncil and executive council of the university, to resume their duties and responsibility with immediate effect.
Kohima: The Niuland Area Citizens’ Forum submitted a two-point memorandum to Nagaland chief minister Neiphiu Rio seeking a probe into the killing of a cable operator, Vihoshe Aye, on August 16 and also a compensation for the family.
Imphal: The CPI Manipur state council and CPM state council commemorated the completion of 60 years in the state on Saturday with separate programmes.