In Boko Rabha organisations stand torchlight protest rally

In Boko Rabha organisations stand torchlight protest rally

BOKO: The All Rabha Students Union (ARSU) along with several Rabha organizations took out a torch-carrying protest rally from the ARSU office in Kenduguri to the Boko Police Station on Friday, with the Rabha Hasong Autonomous Council (RHAC) was demanded to be included in the Sixth Schedule of Constitution.

More than 500 people participated in the protest rally led by ARSU General Secretary Pradip Rabha.
According to the protesters, the Boko police stopped the rally and confiscated the handmade bamboo flashlights.

In Boko Rabha organisations stand torchlight protest rally
It should be noted that All Rabha Students Union (ARSU), All Rabha Women Council (ARWC), Sixth Schedule Demand Committee (SSDC) and other Rabha organizations have asked the government to include RHAC in the Sixth Schedule demanding to do.
ARSU general secretary Pradip Rabha said, “Police initially tried to stop the protest rally but later allowed us to continue without torchlight. All regional committees of ARSU in Assam A flashlight rally was held.
“To protect our land and people from illegal migration, we are demanding inclusion of Rabha Hasong Autonomous Council (RHAC) in the Sixth Schedule,” Rabha said.
“BJP promised us to fulfill our long-standing demand in 2016,” Rabha said. So we supported them. I request Assam Chief Minister Dr. Himanta Biswa Sharma to fulfill our demands.
“Now we feel that BJP promised to fulfill our demand because of its political advantage. But the government seems to be ignoring us. We request the state government to take this matter seriously. See.

The organizations are also considering taking out protest rallies on March 29 from Boko to Dhupdhara and from Dudhnai to Dhupdhara.

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