Guwahati, July 1 (NKTV): Frontline Bodo organizations including the All Bodo Students Union (ABSU), Bodo Sahitya Sabha, Dularai Boro Harimu Afad, Bodo Writers Academy, Bodo Department Teachers’ Association and Bodo Primary Teachers’ Association have made an appeal to the members of newly floated and self declared National Liberation Front of Boroland (NLFB) to return home and shun the path of violence for establishment of peace and tranquility in the region.
ABSU President Dipen Boro and General Secretary Khanindra Basumatary on Thursday informed that the All Bodo Students Union had convened a meeting chaired by Dipen Boro where Bodo frontline organisations participated and the discussion was held regarding working unitedly to fight with the common problems and issues in the society.
The organisations appealed to the Government of India and Assam to withdraw all cases and also to grant general amnesty to the imprisoned ex-NDFB (National Democratic Front of Boroland) cadres and others connected to the Bodoland movement in spirit of BTR (Bodoland Territorial Region) peace accord.
Dipen Boro also informed that the house resolved to fight together against the anti-social elements that has crippled the society. “We will work together to evade the menace of witchcraft suspicion, drugs, trafficking, violence and crime against women in society” he said.