Government asks BTAD villagers not to leave their homes, assures security

Dhubri, 4 May-2014, Sandipan Sharma: Government authorities have begun deliberations to persuade villagers in BTAD not to leave their homes and guaranteed them of sufficient security. Sub-divisional cop of Gossaigaon, Ankur Jain, said today that top authorities of Kokrajhar region directed gatherings with town heads in the influenced ranges, asking them not to leave their homes. 

Government asks BTAD villagers not to leave their homes, assures security

Government asks BTAD villagers not to leave their homes, assures security

The legislature is attempting its best to guarantee there is no rehash of the 2012 uproars that left in excess of 100 individuals dead and dislodged almost four lakh others in Kokrajhar and Dhubri regions. The Kokrajhar locale organization said there has been certain reaction to their solicitation to villagers not to leave their homes.
“An extraordinary team of Assam police has been conveyed in Balapara part-I town in Kokrajhar locale, which is supporting the BSF picket sent in Balapara part-II town,” Jain said. He said there was no mutual pressure in the range and no report of any individuals leaving the territory. He, nonetheless, said there was the likelihood of departure of individuals to Dhubri locale owing to the predominating circumstance in the BTAD.
Individuals are still in a state of frenzy and have been moving towards more secure ranges in neighboring Dhubri area. As indicated by reports, around 1,200 families from towns like Baladoba part-I, Baladoba part-II, Baladoba part-III, Baraibari, Harbhanga, Gossgaigaon-Harbhanga and Asharikandi in Kokrajhar have officially landed in Dawpara, Rangapani, Ghagmari, Bhalakoba towns under Sapatgram police headquarters in Dhubri region.