Karbi rebel outfits in Assam have sought for advice from political and social organisations for a “successful signing of Karbi Accord”.

“For the successful signing of an accord, I request Karbi Anglong Autonomous Council, State and the central government and social organisations to give us advice and show us the path.”

This was stated by Chairman of Karbi Longri NC Hills Liberation Front (KLNLF), P Dilli on Friday.

Chairman of Chairman, Karbi People’s Liberation Tigers (KPLT) – Ron Rongpi said, “We were supposed to sign an accord on February 25. But that could not happen. It’s not a big deal. There was no failure of talks. There were certain technical problems and we had to change the date.”

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The United Peoples’ Liberation Army (UPLA), KPLT and KLNLF had called for a media briefing to clear the rumours doing rounds over the signing of the Karbi Accord.

“We are hopeful that signing of the Karbi Accord will be a grand success,” asserted KPLT Chairman – Ron Rongpi.

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Nongee Terang

Nongee Terang is Northeast Now Correspondent in Diphu. He can be reached at: nongee.terang@gmail.com