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3-9 in Districts Nagaon, Karbi-Anglong and Cachar respectively.
Tilak Baisya, Mrs Archana Gupta and Mr Shobhan Phookan, NIMR and the DMO's of Districts Karbi-Anglong, Nagaon and Cachar are also duly acknowledged.
District PHC BSE (+) ve falciparum SPR Pf % Cachar Udarband 2185 212 212 10 100 Nagaon Samaguri 3893 98 17 2.
The Commander-in-Chief of the DHD(J), Niranjan Hojai used his contacts in Myanmar to organize the procurement of Arms for the DHD(J) utilizing the defalcated funds from the North Cachar Hills.
The surrendered 'Commander in Chief' of DHD (J), Niranjan Hojai said the DHD (J) would work for peace and development in North Cachar Hills by actively associating with the government.
I believe this will speed up development activities in NC hills which is the most backward region of Assam at present," said Dharmeshwar Bathari, a resident of NC HillsOn this occasion, the Chief Minister announced a package of rupees 500 million for developmental activities in the North Cachar Hill district.
We want the upliftment of the people of North Cachar Hills.
Expressing satisfaction over the steps taken by the DHD (J) to bring peace to the region, Gogoi said Congress - led Governments, both at the Centre and the State, are very much concerned about solving the long pending problems of the North Cachar Hill District.
The DHD (J) is responsible for creating terror in the North Cachar Hill District of Assam for last six years, during which over 300 people have been killed.
The unilateral ceasefire, declared by the DHD (J) in North Cachar Hills for three months, will expire on September 7.
Gogoi also made it clear that Dispur would not agree to the demand of renaming North Cachar Hills into Dima Hajao Raji and that the district would not suffer any vivisection in future.