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North east rebels dictate Hindi and Bengali speakers to leave by March 31

The rebel outfits active in northeast India have passed a dictate stating Hindi and Bengali speaking people to leave Tripura, parts of Assam and West Bengal.

The dictate has been passed by lesser known rebel outfits who have identified themselves as Kamatapur Liberation Organisation (KLO), National Liberation Front of Twipra (NLFT) and People’s Democratic Council of Karbi-Longri (PDCK).

The rebel in its dictate has directed all Hindi and Bengali speaking people to leave byMarch31, 2017.

The rebel outfit sees Hindi speakers as representatives of ‘colonial New Delhi’. The Hindi speaking people have become easy prey of the rebel outfits.

The Bengali speakers have come under the radar of the rebels after BJP announced it plans to grant refugee status to presecuted no-Muslims from neighbouring countires, primarily Bangladesh.

An eviction notice dictate issued and signed by KLO chairman JIban Singh Koch, NLFT organizing secretary Seng-phul Borok and PDCK chairman JK Lijang read, “We oppose heinous killings by Indian Army and rehabilitation programme for Bangladeshi Bengalis.”

The notice further read, “We hereby would like to notify Indian citizens (Bengali and Hindi speaking people) to quit Kamatapur, Karbi-Longri and Tripura.”

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