JHPC team including it’s chairman Nabam Rebia visited Vijaynagar and Changlang and discussed PRC issue with the stake holders.
Changlang / Vijaynagar
The JHPC team under the Chairmanship of Forest and Environment Minister Nabam Rebia met the indigenous people of Changlang and non-APST stakeholders on the issue of granting PRC to NON-APST community residing permanently in the district.
The representative from Gorkhas, Deoris, Ahom, Sonowal Kachari, Changlang District Students Union, Tangsa Students Union, TCL People’s Forum, Singpho Youth and Tutsa Welfare Society took part in the discussion and kept their views before the visiting team.
Addressing the meeting, JHPC chairman Nabam Rebia reiterated that “the sentiment and interests of the indigenous people will be taken care of while solving the PRC issue, taking their views.”
Rebia, who is also the Environment & Forests Minister, invited suggestions from the members of both the parties to find a mechanism collectively, “so that it will not affect both the communities in the future.”
State President, PPA Kamen Ringu, AAPSU President Hawa Bagang, AAPSU General Secretary Tobom Dai, Public Leader, Changlang D S Mungrey also spoke on the occasion.
Ealier, the JHPC visited remote Vijaynagar Circle in the morning hours and heard the views of Ex-servicemen Settlers and Lisus on grant of PRC to the non-APST community residing there.
Representatives of various non-APST communities also submitted memorandums to the JPHC.