ITANAGAR, JUNE 19 ; A Team of All Arunachal Pradesh students union (AAPSU) has already been to Katan in Lohit district to study the ground reality of the recent violence with regards to boundary of the indigenous community in the district wherein chakmas community has been allegedly involved.
AAPSU President Hawa Bagang informs the reporters that the AAPSU team led by General Secretary Tobom Dai has gone to Katan in Lohit district and he will have a talk with the federal unit there and also meet the indigenous community of Mishmi and singpho community and discuss the matter.
AAPSU has been opposing since 1964 the settlement of the Chakmas in the state we shall continue to oppose. Bagang said.
With regards to land demarcation at Katan, Bagang said there was a dispute of boundary between Mishmi and singpho community and it was about to be resolved and both the community wanted to have a proper demarcation and boundary and a committee from both sides agreed to it. While condemning the recent law and order and violence is a matter of great concern. He said.
The chamkas should be confined to the area as specified by the government and they should also not be involved in creating law and order issues and also not involved in killing wildlife and saving the environment and forest coverage and ecology. He said.
I appeal to all sections of society to maintain the law and order, peace and tranquility and communal harmony and those who breach the peace the district administration and district police need to deal with those involved with iron hands. Bagang added.
The team of AAPSU after arrival from Katan, we will sit together and take a decision for further course of action. Bagang further said.
Meanwhile, SP Lohit Ankit Singh informs that a FIR has been registered with regards to land demarcation of Katan village of Wakro circle. The police are investigating the matter for further course of action. Security has been deployed at the site as a safety measure. As of now the situation is peaceful. SP added.