Assam violence victims afraid to leave relief camps

Narayanguri(Baksa), 11 May-2014, Jasmine Ahmed: Over a week has passed since attacks appear in Assam’s BTAD (Bodoland Territorial Areas District), murder over 48 and displacing many more. Nevertheless there have been no recent incidents of attacks; a new worry has clutched those who have wanted asylum in relief camps. Villagers in the Narayanguri(Baksa) camp, below Gobardhan Police Station in Assam’s Baska District, are on the fence when, if at all, they will be adept to recovery to their native villages.

Assam violence victims afraid to leave relief camps

Assam violence victims afraid to leave relief camps
Samsul Ali, an inconsolable said we are not in the condition to say anything; he lost his 18 years old son Rameej Ali to the attack. Samsul Ali addresses from Khagrabari village, he added, we don’t know what to do now. We were living quietly, but unexpectedly, entirety has been collapsed. We don’t have the audacity to go back anymore. Samsul Ali’s family, along with innumerable others, consume its days in a plastic canvas on an open field. Too annoyed to even accuse, Samsul Ali’s sister in law Ajmela Khatun said, after defeated your family members, nobody makes much sense anymore. We don’t mind if the Govrt. does not refund us. All we need is a sense of safety to go on our lives usually. The relief camp, set up by the District Authority on the eastern side of the Beki River, has housed all over 500 people since 2 May, when Terrorists murder at least 26 people in Khagrabari and Narayanguri villages on the western side of the River. The ambiguity and fear in the minds of the villagers are appropriately summed up by Rabiul Hussain another camp convict. Now protection personnel are everywhere, but once they go, we may face the same issue. This is why people don’t need to arrival. We force the State Government to set up Police settlement in the inside areas of the villages. This will be more accessible than mere allowance. The Bodoland Territorial Areas District (BTAD) attack is doubtful to be the workmanship of rebels belonging to the Songbijit faction of NDFB (National Democratic Front of Boroland). Nevertheless, the militant outfit has banned any engagement. A few State Cabinet Ministers have also blamed BPF (Bodoland People’s Party) Chief Hagrama Mohilary and elder head Pramila Rani Brahma of making incendiary speeches opposite to Muslims in the area, bring about the reaction.