Friday, October 2, 2009

DHD-J sets 100-day time to Government

SILCHAR, Oct 2: DHD-J ‘commander-in-chief’ Niranjan Hojai has today set a 100-day time-frame for the government to solve its problems. Daniel Demasa, the ‘deputy c-in-c’ whom Khagen Sarma branded as the main man when Jewel Garlosa and Hojai were in foreign countries, was seen distributing leaflets containing their charter of demands. The demands included an autonomous State within the State with a new nomenclature suggesting supremacy of the Dimasas in this particular portion. It further demanded separate Lok Sabha seats and 10 Assembly segments in the proposed Dimaraji. The Black Widow has demanded a special economic package for the district as well as a substantial share of profit from NEEPCO. Like the other tribal States, the Black Widow demanded the introduction of inner line permit.

Niranjan Hojai, who deposited an M-16 rifle to the Chief Minister to mark his return to the mainstream, however, stressed communal harmony. He said no community should be apprehensive as the Dimasa people know how to live peacefully. He further said now onwards there will not be any obstacles in the works of Broad Gauge and East-West Corridor. THE SENTINEL

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