More 180 NLFB Members Coming Mainstream Before 15th August: M Batha


KOKRAJHAR, AUG 4: “More 180 members of the National Liberation Front of Boroland ( NLFB) are coming to the mainstream before the 15th August (2021)”.

This was remarked by NLFB leader M Batha (Binode Mushahary) and chairman B Bungtigwra (Boko) alias Bikram Islary today in Kokrajhar.

Batha told this correspondent exclusively that two designated camps have been set up one each in Kokrajhar (Chandamari Gaurang complex) and Udalguri ( Sapekati) district.

As many as 23 NLFB members had come to the mainstream on 22nd July last through the ceasefire spirit and state government accorded warm welcome to the NLFB leader and members for their bold decisive for bringing peace and harmony among the society in the region.

Batha informed that NLFB have 200 members and all members will be taking shelter in two designated camps in Kokrajhar and Udalguri districts of Bodoland Territorial Council respectively.

Batha said that several members of the NLFB are now living in different locations across the country including some are now Kerala, Guwahati and some are living at the nearby areas.

He said that majority members of the NLFB are joining the mainstream before the 15th August and necessary steps are being initiated from the district police administration and NLFB organisation.

He has hopeful that the all NLFB leader and members are coming fully to join the mainstream as government have promised full hoped with positive response in bringing solutions of the NLFB issues.

In Kokrajhar, 120 members are taking shelter in designated camp and over 80 members are taking shelter in Udalguri designated as government have allotted designated location.

The NLFB leader Batha told that the NLFB have come to the mainstream seeing healthy welfare and development along with protection of the Bodo community and put pressurise the government to make release of jailed NDFB founder president Ranjan Daimary (D R Nabla).

He has said that they have come ceasefire with government with certain clauses of demand and issues which are put in the charter of demands that highlighted in the ceasefire.

He has urged the government to make immediate measures to make release of jailed ex NDFB leader Ranjan Daimary and implementation of BTR accord clauses with letter and spirit for paving the healthy welfare and development in the region.

NLFB chairman Bungtigwra has demanded release of NDFB founder president Ranjan Daimary along with the withdrawal of cases of ex NDFB leader and members through the spirit of BTR accord clauses.

He said that NLFB wants properly implementation of all clauses of the BTR accord clauses with letter and spirit

“We are pressing the government to implement all spirit as NLFB has been come forward to the mainstream”, Bungtigwra said.

He said that NLFB are getting due respect and honour from the government.