Z n 1989 ] VҴ Mv V + nұɱ V E BE bMx ɽ Mɪ l, Z xɽ ɱڨ E +{ =ɨ l xɽ* VҴ V ]E i l E Z b E EҮ ɮ {ɺ {BM xɽ* BE ] VE E l* x Sɪ {ɱx x E n l* ɽ b l E Sɪ {ɱx {ɮ E ɨ E {ʮɮ E x Ji E n VB* E< +n i Ex E ʱB xɽ +i l* 1991-92 x |iI nJ l, +Mɮ M] = Sɱ Vɪ Ei l i Eɮ c<ɮ E Vi l, ɽ ɺ i xɽ Ei l* <x ɱi EҮ E ɮ <-ɽx MVɮ * Vɨ-EҮ E < x c ɽn֮ Eɨ E , =xx c ʽi nJ< * +V V c , =xE ɽɮ nx E ʱB =n v l < Sxɴ E Sxɴ E n ɮEɮ + M< , + Exp ɮEɮ + V ɮEɮ < iEҡ E nڮ EM, Ex nJ E l Ex {ci E {i =xi +M xɽ g, Vix gx SʽB l*

+V Vɨ EɶҮ ɮEɮ + Exp ɮEɮ ZMc Sɱ * E E ɮ {EV xɽ n + E E ɤ EU n * {EV ɺi xɽ xEM* ɽ E J j x BE M E l, Vɺ iɮ E {Vɤ E ʺEʮ] BE{ƺ E ɡ E n, EɶҮ E ʱB E xɽ E V * EɶҮ E ɱi {Vɤ Vn ֮ , Ex ɮEɮ E< En xɽ =` * + i +{ BE , {ɽ i ɯJ +nֱ ɽ ɮ l l* =xE cE Eʤx] j , ʡ En xɽ =`ɪ V * BE < ʤxɱnx E x E ɮ E l, ɽ SS< * +ɤ] E ʴɱɺ V x VF E, Sɽ

JKLF

nںɮ x], =xɺ i Ex SʽB* + BE x< iVɨ xi V + =ɨ Vniɮ ɮx-ʨɶxɮW +Mxɺix + * {ɺ Jɤɮ ɽ , 1995-96 8-10 {ɮ] ʨɶxɮV Vɪ Ei l + Mɽ j V +V 40-45 |iɶi <x]] ɮx-ʨɶxɮV ֺ<b-Eb x * ɽ Sxi E i * <x ֺ<b-Eb x +]E EB , Sɽ E EB * bǮ ʺEʮ] E bE]Ǯ {ɮ +]E E +

DIG

E ɮ n Mɪ* +Mɮ <xE ɮ Sxi xɽ E M<, i ɱi + ʤMci VɪM* <E ɮ BE iɮE xEɱ Mɪ l* ɽ xɽ E , V x E, ɽ ʤɱEֱ ɡ Mɪ* ɽ xɽ E , V x E, ɽ `E * =ɨ +{ vɮ E Ei * +Mɮ +{E E Mi , x V E, ɽ `E xɽ l, i =ɨ +{ vɮ E Ei * Ex x ֯+i E l, E+bxx E* + ɮ < VF E l E ɮ {ɺ Sx xɽ +i , Sx ɨɪ {ɮ xɽ +i * ɽ i ɽ E BE <xʴVɤɱ nֶx c + ʤVɤɱ fM c * Jɤɮ +i + n {ɱix V ni * Mƴ nJɮJ i , ɤE iɱɶ i + Mƴ BE S Vi * ɽ ɤ VxɤZ E * ɽ ɽx <iɮ E ɽx * E Vb] S Vi E iM E V * Sx x ʶE i * ɽ BE x< ]E]E , {Eix E SɱE E B E {ɮ ZMc E, Vɺɺ <xE ɴx n E Jɱɡ VB* +V ʱɥ] Vɨ-EɶҮ Mx xɽ , =xE Mx E <b * < ɮ SB* + Vɨ-EɶҮ Vn <x]]b xɽ , n E E ic VB, ɽ B|V =xx ְ E n * ɮ l E l, ɽ SV =xx ɮ n ְ E n * ɮ <xɮV], ʨʱ]x], Sɽ {Vɤ E , Sɽ j{֮ E , Sɽ xl-<] E , Sɽ EɶҮ E , <xE O{ x Mɪ + +ɨǺ {< il BE x] * Vɺ iɮ +{x n V E ʱB +ɨǺ Jɮnx EʱB xMʶB] Ei , = iɮ +ɨǺ Jɮn * E xMʺBx i E l, i BE xVɴx cE Zɺ - {ɪɱ] ɽ, +{ xMʺBx E i ְ E , ɮ Sɮ E ɮ E S ? x E - E M +{E? =x iɪ - ɮ SS S<x g , E nx {g * ɤ <xE BV] , +ɨǺ Jɮni * Vɤ ɽ

BSF

xɽ M, i +{x SS E E VɪM, E +SU ʶI n {ɪM* <-{b Vɤ =xE ʨɱ M< , < Vɽ <x SV ]E MB * EɶҮ E ɮ n |lxɪ * Mɽ j V, BE xɡ<b Eb x l + ɽi S E x< M< l* Vɤ x< M< l, iɤ ɽ ɨɺ +< l* {ʨʱ] E ɨɺ l* +ɨ E i xɽ xM* +ɨ xɡ<b Eb V+ E b xɪ l, <ʱB E +ɨ ɤE E+bx] E* ɽ ɽi +SU |ɪɺ l + ɽi ɡ l* ֤ɽ x V xɡ<b Eb E ]M i l, V+ `i l, ɮ {ʨɱ] E bM] + ]] MɴxǨ] E bM] Vɪ Ei l* x +Jɤɮ {g , +{x Sҡ ʨxɺ] E Sɮx x n * ɽ ɽ E Sҡ ʨxɺ] bF]E <E]b ɮEɮ , +SU i , Ex ]M i Mֱɮ x SʽB* =x ]M E Jɤɮ i +x SʽB* V x {U ɮ E l, n-n ɽx ]M xɽ i , V b E ֤ɽ + Ei l + n V ʨxɺ] Jɤɮ + Vɪ Ei l E B-B Sɱ * ɽ E+bxx b]E] ɱ {ɮ ֯ E l* |lx E E+bxx Vɤ iE xɽ M, Vɤ iE ʺɺ] BE=x]ɱ xɽ M, iɤ iE ʮVɱ] ɨx xɽ +ɪM*

ɽ Vɤ iE ʴEɺ E i xɽ SɱM, VMɮ SS E ʱB n ] E <iVɨ xɽ E {BM iɤ iE =xE E xɺ]Ҩ BM* ɤ ɹh i n E EҮ E xɺ]Ҩ +x SʽB* x <E ʴEɺ E ʱB E En =`B * 30,000 ] E{] ]b SS ɽ ` * ɽ ɮEɮ BE ]<] E ExEx xɽ n { , < nx 5000 M E i = nx xE ʨɱ VBM* < iɮE E En ɮEɮ E iɮ =`x SʽB* x BE Vx ֯ E l, EҮ SS VE ɽ E |n x =xE ʱB VMɮ ff l* =xE BVEx E ʱB bE + nںɮ SV ɽ E |n Vi l i =E |ɦɴ {c l Ex ɽ BEn n Mɪ* Z =n E +{ <x SV {ɮ vx nM* +bh V, V 1999 E <Ex +, =ɨ l Sx E +B , =xE ɮ EU Ex xɽ Sɽi * 1989 Sxɴ E n iEҡ < l* 1999 E Sxɴ EU B En =`B MB, Vɺɺ M E S] {ɽS* M ʨɱi , =xɺ i Ei i * <Ex Vɰ xɽ , M E ɴx n Vcx Vɰ * +Mɮ E Mɱiɪ < i ]] MɴxǨ] E SʽB E =x nڮ E* <ʱB E , EE Z b E E 1989 ɱ ɱi ʡ x + VB* +Mɮ 1989 ɱ ɱi + M< i `E xɽ M* ɮ V {ʨʱ] ɽi nx c , M E֤xɪ n * =xɨ ɽ ʱM + M< E E iE < nE E =`B JM* <E ɨvx E xɽ xEɱi? ɮEɮ BE iɮ Ji E Ex nںɮ iɮ E< ɺi xEɱ* < iɮ +{ EҮ E Vn nx iE xɽ Sɱ Ei, <ʱB Vɱn E< ɺi xEɱx E Eʶɶ E*

ɽn, ɮEɮ E iɮ E< |ɪɺ Sɱ, iSi * iSi Ex E V * ɽ xɽ E E Ji Ex Uc n, Ex ] B|S + b B|S x {ɽ xEɱ * Z n i xl-<Ǻ] E ɮ Ex * ɽ E ɱi E U{ xɽ * + l , Z =n E ɮ + l M* xMɱb, h{֮ ɱi ʤMc * x Eʶɶ E l + Z Jֶ E ɮEɮ E xMʺBx W ɪɮ,

NSC(I)N

E l < * Ex Z nJ E < W ɪɮ E nɪɮ E +{x iEi x gB* {ɺ B Jɤɮ E BE iɮ i W ɪɮ Sɱ + nںɮ iɮ =xE Eb g , EE Vɤ ʺEʮ] =x {ɮ E< +]E xɽ E Ei i W ɪɮ E ɽx Sɱi * +ɨ Vn En xɽ =` Ei i W ɪɮ E EU x ni * +{ +Mɮ +Ec nJ i {i SɱM E h{֮ Eix EʱM g + ɽ ]Һ + EEҺ E g , EE

NSCN

i bɪɱM , V nںɮ M =x {ɮ +]E * EҤ 100-150 ]Һ + EEҺ ɮ MB * h{֮ ɱi Jɮɤ * nںɮ h{֮ Sxi E ʴɹɪ ɽ E <ʨE bɨ]ʱV h{֮ Jc * + +Mɮ ɽ ɽ Jc Mɪ i Z nJ M E ʡ ɤ ExE]b EҮ E ʨʱ]] E BE +=]{] E VMɽ x VBM + h{֮ <xE ] x VBM* +Mɮ <ʨE bɨ]ʱɺ] h{֮ Jc Mɪ i ʡ ɽ ɮ xl-<Ǻ] + xnx {] Vc VBM* +V V ɮ x{ɱ bǮ =iiɮ |n ɽ ɮ ʱB ɽi Jɮɤ * ɮ Eɨ ʤMc * V M v EҮ xɽ + Ei x{ɱ {ɽSi + x{ɱ E bǮ .{. Pֺ E ɮ n Pڨi * x Eʶɶ E, Ex =ɨ ɡ xɽ {B* x{ɱ bǮ ʤɱEֱ +{x bǮ * ɽ x E< SE , x ʺM + x SE{] , V E ɽi Vɰ * .{. MɴxǨ] i E l i =xx E E Mɽ jɱɪ <E JS =`B* ɽ ڮF]E B|S lc Mɪ* Mɽ j V |lx E x{ɱ bǮ ]<] x SʽB* +Mɮ x{ɱ bǮ ]<] M i iɦ ɮ |ɦɴ =x {ɮ {cM + =x E {BM*

ɽn, Z +Jɮ BE |lx Ex E bɱ{ɨ] BE]ʴ] g E =xE n +{ Vi Ei * Sɽ xl-<Ǻ] E i Vɨ-EҮ E * BE Vx Mɽ jɱɪ x l, Mɽ j V = nJ * <ɨ x VMɮ E {ɱ ʮF]] E< l* Vɤ BE ɮɨڱ E cE V + {ʱɺ i E iʨɱxb Vi i = {i Sɱi E n E , Ex ɮɨڱ ɽ xɽ xEi i =E ʱʨ]x ɮɨڱ iE i * = {ɮ + Eiɪ E +ɮ Vn {ci + ɽ xxɱ xɺ]Ҩ +x Ei * x ֯+i E l, =ɨ EU iǪ < l, + {i xɽ =E E ʺli * x cE E ]b EE +<]+< M EU Exɪ xEɱ l* =x SS E ɽ V Ei l* +{Vɶx , <ʱB B xɽ * j V, ɽi Sxi E l E E EҮ {ɮ ɽi vx nx {cM* ɪx + i Mc xɽ SɱM, {x x E, fM ɤ E ʨɱ E <E ʱB ɨvx xEɱx {cM* +{x iɮ ɪn Ei ,

1740 V (+vI ɽn {`ɺx B)

ɺ V nn Sɽ, {ʱ]E Sɽ nںɮ, V nn SʽB, nx E iɮ , Ex EɶҮ E n E q ɨZE, ɮ n E ɨɺ ɨZE <E Ex SʽB* ɽ Eɱ ɮEɮ E ɨɺ xɽ , ɽ ɮ n E ɨɺ * < ɴx E E < ɨɺ E ɨvx E* +{ɺ =n Ei E +{ < n =Si En =`BM*

SHRI SANSUMA KHUNGGUR BWISWMUTHIARY (KOKRAJHAR): What about the political solution?

SHRI RAJESH PILOT : I have said, dialogue. Did you not hear me? I have said that there should be a dialogue to know what is the problem of the North-Eastern brothers and sisters and what is the problem of Jammu and Kashmir people. Dialogue is a must and without dialogue, you really cannot exchange views. I am for the dialogue. For the dialogue, I have been pleading from the very beginning.

With these words, I appeal to the hon. Home Minister to take the Jammu and Kashmir and the North-East insurgency and militancy seriously and take strong action against whatever is planned by the terrorists.

1741 hours

SHRI SANSUMA KHUNGGUR BWISWMUTHIARY (KOKRAJHAR): Sir, I am very much thankful to your honour for giving me this opportunity to speak on this very serious matter.

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Whatever militancy groups are there, they were never being developed, funded, patronised or encouraged by any other foreign country's mercenary people at the initial stage.

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I am one of the disciples of Mahatma Gandhi and I am one of the disciples of Dalai Lama. Each and every problem should be and has to be resolved through peaceful political dialogue and negotiations. But when a movement is being attempted to be cracked down or crushed down by brute military forces and security personnel and by applying State terrorism, then some young sections of people from that particular community think of adopting certain violent methods and in that sort of a situation, militancy and insurgency come up.

With regard to our Bodoland movement, I would like to cite certain examples. When we started the movement in 1987, our movement was quite peaceful and democratic. This movement was launched to get a separate State of Bodoland within the Indian Union only and not as a sovereign country.

SHRI ADHIR CHODHARY (BERHAMPORE, WEST BENGAL): Are you the spokesman of Bodoland?

SHRI SANSUMA KHUNGGUR BWISWMUTHIARY (KOKRAJHAR): Yes.

SHRI ADHIR CHODHARY : Thank you.

SHRI SANSUMA KHUNGGUR BWISWMUTHIARY : The then Assam Government led by Shri Prafulla Mohanta, the present incumbent, tried to crack down the peaceful and democratic Bodoland movement by applying various black Acts, by imposing TADA and other Draconian laws. In the wake of the Bodoland movement, a total of 1135 Bodos were killed by the security personnel and by some planted agent provocateurs in the name of fake encounters. A huge number of Bodo girls and women were gang-raped by certain security personnel and by some planted agent provocateurs.

The Government was supposed to give important and proper attention to the genuine demand for a separate State of Bodoland. But that sort of importance was not being given. During our incessant struggle for a separate Bodoland state over a period of long 33 years since 1967, uptill now, we have seen ten Prime Ministers.

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We signed the Bodo Accord in 1993 under the initiative of Shri Rajesh Pilot. But that Accord has not yet been implemented. The Government of India and the Government of Assam had backed out of their own commitment and assurance given in connection with the implementation of the Bodo Accord. The Bodo Accord has not been implemented till today, the 14th of December, 1999 even after the lapse of long 6 yars since 1993 it is not implemented. In this period of over five years, more than 500 Bodos were killed by the Bodo militants. Apart from Bodos of course some non-Bodos also killed by Bodo militants. But nobody is asking why the Bodos were killed by the Bodos themselves. This is because of the unwanted statemate and unfortunate and militancy. I have been keeping on telling the Governments since the past years about this tragic situation and requesting to take effective measures to solve the burning Bodoland issue through peaceful political negotitious.

Last year I asked as to why there cannot be a peaceful political negotiation and dialogue with the democrat militants who are willing to come forward to the negotiating table. If the Government of India can start a dialogue with the N.S.C.N. (I.M. Group) why should they not have a dialogue with the Bodo militants or the ULFA people if they are prepared to come forward and wiling to talk? This is my serious question.

Last year, hon. Prime Minister Shri Atal Bihari Vajpayee had entrusted the then Minister of Defence Shri George Fernandes the task of starting a political dialogue with us on the Bodoland issue. But, unfortunately, that Government fell on 17th April itself, while the discussion was to be started w.e.f. 21st April, 1998.


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