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10/6/2017

Pakistan      20 persons killed in suicide bombing on the shrine of Pir Rakhel Shah in Balochistan
India      Maoists kill villager in Odisha
Pakistan      LeJ militant killed in encounter in Karachi
India      Four Maoists arrested, cache of arms recovered during search operation in Chhattisgarh
India      Army foils major terror attack, recover large quantity of explosives in Jammu and Kashmir
India      Police fire in air to disperse mob in Tripura
Nepal      33-party alliance decides to participate in elections with 'sickle and hammer'
India      Tripartite meet with UNC to review creation of seven new Districts will be held in Manipur
India      Decision to hand over Relief, rehabilitation and Disaster Management to BTC taken during the review of 2003 tripartite Bodo accord held in New Delhi
India      Nagaland based TUCT resolves to deport illegal Bangladeshi immigrants Chumukedima area
India      Centre never declared citizenship to Chakma Hajong, says Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju
Pakistan      No terrorist safe havens in Pakistan, ISPR DG Major General Asif Ghafoor







 
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Centre never declared citizenship to Chakma Hajong, says Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju

Union Minister of State for Home Kiren Rijiju on October 5 said that the Union Government never declared citizenship for the Chakma-Hajong refugees, an issue which led to widespread protests in the state last month, reports The Telegraph. Rijiju, according to the Chief Minister's Office, said the Centre had "never declared to give" citizenship to the Chakma-Hajong refugees. "It is only in the media where it appeared that the Centre is according citizenship. The state's leadership had, in a recent meeting with the Union home ministry, vehemently denied any concession to the Chakma-Hajongs. The state government declared never to compromise with the constitutional rights and protection given to the indigenous people of Arunachal," the CMO said, quoting Rijiju. He also spoke on the Tibetan Rehabilitation Policy, another contentious issue, asserting Tibetans settled in that state were not seeking citizenship.

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