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Itanagar: Arunachal Pradesh government announced that the Central government would work with the State government to solve the issue of Chakma-Hajong, said Arunachal Pradesh CM Pema Khandu.
CM Khandu said, “We have made our mind to resolve the long pending issue of Chakma-Hajong. All the illegal Chakma immigrants will be detected and will be shifted to other places with honour.”
“As per constitution the Chakmas cannot live in Arunachal Pradesh as it is a tribal state. I had discussed with the Union Home Minister about the issue.” Added.
In the joint attempt of Central and state, it will settle the refugees in the other states to lead a dignified life.
“They are also human being, I can feel it what the Chakmas are suffering.” said CM Pema Khandu.
Moreover, this decision was welcomed by the All Arunachal Pradesh Student’s Union.
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