[Assam] [asom] Re: Press Release on 'Fast unto Death'
mikemahant at hotmail.com
Sat May 5 09:17:09 PDT 2007
Can Yours Truly butt in?
Assam Govt already has (you guessed it--with Oxomiya peoples' money) laws /arrangements to overcompensate all ununiformed oir Uniformed ones-Even Delhi's very own- who get hurt/scared/traumatized/(may be)killed by "Terrorists".
And Nothing but 'Encounter' deaths and disappearances or never-ending prison(Again at Peoples' cost) for
OUR REAL Freedom-fighters.
For THEIR so-called(non-violent) Freedom fighters- every facility provided for N generations!Facilities depriving the People -mind you!
To: assamonline at yahoogroups.comFrom: wahid.saleh at gmail.comDate: Thu, 3 May 2007 09:30:25 +0000Subject: [asom] Re: Press Release on 'Fast unto Death'
I understand that AssamWatch (UK) is a Human rights organization.From the press release by Dr Hazarika, as he mentioned about the sixwives of the ULFA cadres, it seems he is only concerned about thewellbeing of ULFA and ULFA relatives.My question to Dr Hazarika:What about the families that had to part with their near and dear ones due to the ULFA's brutality?Many of those kidnapped by the ULFA remain traceless, (for your information Dr Hazarika please see the post: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/assamonline/message/3100)Are these families not 'human' enough so that their 'rights' couldbe taken up by Human rights organization like AssamWatch (UK)?Regards,Wahid Saleh--- assamwatch at ... wrote:PRESS RELESEAW/001/2007Dated 29 April 2007AssamWatch(UK) has noted with some relief that upon receiving firmwritten commitment from the Chief Minister of Assam, the six wives ofthe missing cadres of the United Liberation Front of Asom in Bhutan inDecember 2003 has ended their 'FAST UNTO DEATH' action on 26 April2007. Assam Watch(UK) would like to thank the Government of Assam forintervening in time to save the lives of these determined ladies whohas followed the footsteps of Mohan Das Karamchand Gandhi who went onrepeated 'Fasting Protests' during the Indian independence struggle.We are very hopeful that the Assam Government will honour thewritten reassurances and commitments given to the ladies on doing theneedful in tracing the where about of the missing persons pursuing allavenues and return them to their families as soon as possible.The ladies fasting from. 21 March 2007 have put their health in extreme jeopardy. Appropriate care need to be provided for overallwell being of these ladies who have put their bodies through extremestarvation on a background of a anxiety over their beloved ones forover the last Two and a Half year and it is expected that theappropriate authorities have already taken this into consideration andcontinue the care needed for them without any prejudice.Dr. M. HazarikaCo-ordinatorAssamWatch(UK)__._,_.___
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