Land Revenue & Settlement

Re-assessment Of Lands Affected By IBBF Successfully Completed

Kamalanagar, 8 March 2017: Reassessment of lands affected by Indo-Bangla Border Fencing for the portion covering four villages of Chhotapansury, Gulsingbapsora, Nagdarasora and Gerakuluksora was completed successfully with the co-operations of the villagers. The assessment process was all peaceful and no incidents of protest was reported.

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Four MDCs of Chakma Council Sworn-in as Executive Member

Kamalanagar, 20 November: The remaining four Executive Members of the new Executive Committee of Chakma Autonomous District Council were sworn-in today. With this the Executive Committee of CADC gets to full strength of eight members including the Chief Executive Member.

The MDCs who were sworn-in as Executive Member are Dangu Parimal Chakma, Dangu Buban Kumar Chakma, Dangu Amit Kumar Chakma and Dangu Purna Muni Chakma. They were appointed by His Excellency the Governor of Mizoram on recommendation of the new Chief Executive Member Dangu Kali Kumar Tongchangya. Continue reading

MIZORAM STATE BOUNDARY COMMITTEE VISITS INDO-BANGLA BORDER FENCING, CADC AREA

Kamalanagar Nov 22:            The Mizoram State Boundary Committee, which was formed in March this year to look into cases of boundary disputes along the boundary of the State, concluded their three day visit of Indo-Bangla Border Fencing in Borapansury area of Chakma Autonomous District Council. The Committee led by Pu C. Chawngkunga, former Minister arrived Kamalanagar on 20th Nov. with the other members of the Committee Pu Lalduhawma, MLA and Leader of Opposition, Retired Wing Commander Lalnghinglova, Pu R L Rindika and Lalrinzuala.

            While speaking to Pu Lalduhama he said their visit has a reference to the ongoing border fencing along Indo-Bangla Border in CADC. Mizoram has a boundary with Bangladesh of about 318 KM. Since the time, fencing work started in 2005, while the MNF were in power, issues regarding the violation of guidelines by the construction agencies were raised time and again and whereas no heed was paid then he said, because of which today at many places the fencing has been constructed beyond 150 yards from zero line causing unnecessary loss of land. While saying that the Committee’s power is limited to the role of making of recommendation, he expressed his hope that the issue would be looked into.

 He also spoke strongly for the families affected by the fencing, with 15 villages falling outside the fencing and cutting across 21 villages. He strongly felt that the villagers should not budge from their places until and unless arrangement for adequate compensation is made available. As is told by him, even within Borapansury area houses lying outside the fencing were seen which he termed as inhuman to put someone in forced isolation.