Diphu, Aug. 9 (EMN): Various students organisation based in Karbi Anglong have submitted a memorandum to the deputy commissioner pertaining to the alleged encroachment of land along Lahorijan and Shankar Tilla BoP under Doldoli Reserve Forest.
The memorandum to the deputy commissioner, Mridul Kr Mahanta, was jointly submitted by Karbi Students’ Association (KSA), Karbi Students’ Union (KSU),
Karbi Students & Youth Council (KSYC), United Students’ Union of Karbi Anglong (USUKA), All Assam Students’ Union (AASU), and All Dimasa Students’ Union (ADSU) on August 4 after visiting the interstate border of Assam and Nagaland along Lahorijan and Shankar Tilla BoP under Doldoli Reserve Forest, Dhansiri, Karbi Anglong.
The team found that ‘Border Pillar,’ which was recognised by both the government officials of Assam and Nagaland were lying un attended while some were uprooted. The team also observed that many houses were within inside of border pillar.
The students’ bodies have demanded to establish a BoP in order to check encroachment alleging that Naga encroachers have reached 3 km inside Karbi Anglong, Assam from the point of pillar.