14th Sep 2021 11:09:PM State
Eastern Sentinel Arunachal News

ES Reporter

ITANAGAR, Sep 14: As many as six organisations  have jointly  submitted a five point memorandum to the state government on various charter of demands. The organisations include  Nyishi Ethnic Students’ of Arunachal (NESA), Arunachal People Front (APF), Pro-Dam Movement of Arunachal Pradesh (PDMAP), Anti-Corruption Foundation (ACF) and Anti-Corruption Crime Control Committee Arunachal Pradesh (ACCCCAP).
Speaking to reporters,  Biri Chatum President, NESA informed that the  organisations are  seeking details as to when and where the deportation drive of Chakma and Hajong refugees will be initiated as per assurance announced by Chief Minister Pema Khandu  and Union Minister Kiren Rijiju to bring a permanent solution to the long pending issue.
He also informed that the next demand of the union is regarding maintaining quality work  in Package-B  (Papu-Nallah to Nirjuli)  and Package-C (Nirjuli to Banderdewa)  following the guidelines of Detail Project Report (DPR), Right of Way and MoRTH without any compromise. Chatum also said that the union has demanded the authority  to maintain 40 meter width while constructing the highways as per RoW guidelines.
The organisations also demanded to resolve the boundary issue between Assam and Arunachal Pradesh along with authentic details of proper demarcation provided in a white paper.
Immediate implementation of 29 subjects of Panchayati Raj and devolution of full power to corporation and Panchayati Raj, are the other demand. Further, the union also sought white paper  on the State’s financial status.

Kenter Joya Riba

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