All Assam Matak Yaba-Chatra Sanmilon have submitted a memorandum of understanding to the CM
Tinsukia: The Tinsukia District Committee of All Assam Matak Yaba-Chatra Sanmilon (AAMYCS), the principle that the Tinsukia district administration has called for the elimination of illegal invasion in and around the town of Tinsukia, has the same spirit and administration. From the historic sites of the Kingdom of Matok, who wanted to release the invasion.
At a press conference in Tinsukia on Tuesday, AAMYCS chairman and secretary of Jintu Borgohain and Sanjay Gogoi said the Tinsukia district committee had made several requests for the organization to specifically invade, but the administration noted their plea. Did not pay. He said the government set an example for the ongoing demolition exercises by eviction of nearby illegal structures such as Chaulduwa Pukuri, Tinsukia Pukuri and Na Pukuri. Of the request. Requests included the inclusion of ST status in the Mataku community, the political resolution of ULFA through dialogue, and the restoration and preservation of other Mataku historic sites.
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