KLO will continue its Fight for separate Kamtapur state

KLO will continue its Fight for separate Kamtapur state

Assam: Banned aggressive outfit Kamtapur Liberation Organization (KLO) has renewed its demand for a separate Kamtapur state.

On February 17, the organization said that the demand for a separate Kamatapur state will never end and the struggle will continue until the demand is met.
The organization’s press statement added that the demand for a separate Kamtapur state has always been the main concern of the organization, and the organization’s leaders have never ignored it.
Illegal occupation of Lower Kamtapur by Indian forces will never be accepted. No one in the ruling class of India, Assam or Bengal wants to give economic, political rights to our Koch Kamtapuri people. We will continue our struggle bearing all kinds of failures. The Central Executive of the KLO, demanding a separate state, never passed the Council’s demand for independence. No such announcement was made. And if so, some leaders and workers of the organization are unconstitutionally ignoring the constitutional provisions of the KLO”, the press release from the KLO said.
The KLO is requesting a separate state comprising Cooch Behar, Malda, Uttar Dinajpur and Jalpaiguri regions of West Bengal and Goalpara and Kokrajhar regions of Assam.

Koch and nine other KLO leaders had allegedly “surrendered” to the Assam Rifles last week in the wake of their entry into the Mon region of Nagaland from Myanmar and were taken to New Delhi on January 18, 2023.
Koch formed the KLO in December 1995 to seek a separate state for the Koch-Rajbongshi, one of the six networks petitioning for Scheduled Tribe status in the state.
In a new announcement, the KLO chief said that he was happy to inform that “the relevant discussions between the Public Authority of India and the KLO regarding the issue of Koch-Kamtapur persons have been successfully completed. has reached its final stage under the . With the dynamic intercession of the state’s top leader Narendra Modi and Association Home Minister Amit Shah, the priest of Assam Bas”.

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