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Arunachal:  AAPSU to go ahead with operation clean drive from Aug-17

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All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union (AAPSU) will go ahead with operation clean drive (OCD) in state from August 17 onward.


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A joint meeting of All Arunachal Pradesh Students Union (AAPSU) and All Assam Students Union (AASU) was held here at a city hotel today  and discussed the fallout of draft publication of NRC in Assam specially  apprehension of infiltration of people from Assam to Arunachal Pradesh without Inner Line Permit (ILP).

The Assam counterpart was attended by several students leaders and federal unit leaders headed by AASU Vice President (Central)  Chitra Basumotary while the AAPSU delegation attended by •’Operation Clean Drive” (OCD) Chairman Tatung Taga, several central executive members and federal unit executive members which was chaired by the North East Students Organisation (NESO) Coordinator Prilain Wai Sonam.

OCD Chairman Talung Taga highlighted the operation modalities of the drive. The speakers from both Unions; AAPSU and AASU shared their opinions and adopted the following resolutions to be taken into account for the execution of the Operation Clean Drive scheduled on 17lh August 2018.

Talung Taga  while talking to  Arunachal24  said that AAPSU has launched the Operation Clean Drive solely  for Inner Line Permit (ILP) violators. Therefore, all those individuals who have not acquired ILP from Administration should leave the State.

The objective of the Operation Clean Drive is not to harass any Indian citizen or citizens of neighbouring States but check infiltration and to regulate the ILP system in Arunachal Pradesh effectively.

In the meeting  AASU has stated to support the movement of AAPSU in its endeavour. AAPSU on the other hand has assured that no indigenous people of Assam irrespective of any religion will be harassed in the course of operation clean drive. AAPSU seeks cooperation from AASU for safety and security of the people of Arunachal Pradesh in Assam.

The AAPSU and AASU has agreed to tackle any untoward incidents incited by some vested interest persons or groups jointly and will refrain from creating any communal colour. He said.

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