ARUNACHAL

Pasighat, December 4, 2019:

In a joint coordination cum consultative meeting of the Adi Mishing Baane Kebang held at Ruksin Guest House on Tuesday in connection with recent arson case in Namsai of Arunachal Pradesh against the Adi community, a unanimous decision was taken.

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The Adi Mishing organizations of Arunachal Pradesh and Assam have resolved to continue their fight for justice for the victims of the New Mabira (Kahinalah) whose houses along with community hall (Musup) was burned down by miscreants.

The house resolved to intensify their demands for early arrest of all the culprits involved in torching of 18 houses.

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The AMBK demanded for early re-construction of houses and community hall which were burned down during the performance Adi rituals. The house also resolved to demand adequate compensation for the loses and damages at the rate of Rs 10 lakh per victim.

The house also resolved to demand the immediate dismissal of concocted and fabricated rioting case registered against Adis in connection with the Namsai arson case under Namsai Police Station.

The house also wants written assurance from state government not to let similar incidents happen in Namsai.

Talking to this scribe at the sidelines of the consultative meeting, AMBK cum ABK Secretary General, Okom Yosung said that a series of democratic movements will be launched across Arunachal and Assam in case the government does not take up appropriate measure as per their demand for justice to Adi communities of New Mabira.

The consultative meeting wasg attended by the members of AMBK, AdiSU, TMPK, MMK, DSU and block level committees of Adi Mishing communities under the Chairmanship of AMBK President, Raju Medok.

During the meeting, a committee was also formed under the Chairmanship of Austeem Muang who will spearhead the democratic movement in case the state government fails to redress the injustice meted out to the Adi communities at New Mabira village (Kahinalah) under Namsai district.

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