Chakmas, Hajongs Should Go away Arunachal: Aapsu | Guwahati Information


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The sit-in-protest was collectively held by a number of Chakma and Hajong organisations at Diyun in Arunachal’s Changlang district on Saturday

GUWAHATI: The All Arunachal Pradesh College students’ Union (Aapsu), which has a two-member illustration within the state government-constituted committee to probe into the residential proof certificates (RPC) challenge of Arunachal, on Sunday made it clear that each one Chakmas and Hajongs should be deported from the frontier state no matter the panel’s suggestions.
“We would like the residential proof certificates to be scrapped altogether and never simply suspended. The inflow of suspected migrants from the Chakma and Hajong communities into Arunachal continues so far. They’ve emerged as a menace to the native inhabitants. All of them have to be deported again to the nation they got here from,” Ritum Tali, common secretary of Aapsu, mentioned. “Whether or not within the case of refugees who got here right here earlier than 1969 or unlawful immigrants, there is just one resolution — deportation,” he added.
Nonetheless, the joint motion committee of Chakma and Hajong (Arunachal) referred to as it a baseless demand.
Its coordinator, Arunjit Chakma, informed TOI the Chakmas and Hajongs are combating for the restoration of their rights. “We’re not refugees, however residents of India. About 95% of the Chakmas and Hajongs residing in Arunachal as we speak have been born in India,” he mentioned. The neighborhood leaders mentioned there are about 45,000 Chakmas and Hajongs in Changlang district, adopted by round 4,500 in Namsai and a pair of,000 in Papum Pare district. They’re largely confined to jap Arunachal. Out of their 58,000 inhabitants within the state, solely 4,000 are Hajongs.
The Aapsu, nevertheless, mentioned they’re way more in quantity, together with the unlawful migrants. Arunjit Chakma mentioned the residential proof certificates is the way forward for the youths of the 2 communities residing in Arunachal as they’ve been struggling to show that they’re domiciles. “RPC might be useful in getting jobs in personal corporations and central authorities places of work in addition to in larger training. Aadhaar playing cards and 6,000-odd voter playing cards issued to the 2 communities will not be sufficient as deal with proof. The Aapsu should perceive that RPC is just not PRC (everlasting residential certificates),” he added.
In accordance with the assembly chaired by commissioner (political) Kaling Tayeng on the RPC challenge on July 29, the preliminary report will come inside 15 days, whereas the ultimate report might be submitted inside 45 days. All RPCs issued in Changlang have been suspended already. Displaced from East Pakistan (present-day Bangladesh), the Chakmas and Hajongs have been settled in Arunachal throughout 1964 to 69 by the Union authorities however proceed to wrestle to show their citizenship.


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