TCN Special Series on riot relief camps in Assam
By Munize Ali, TwoCircles.net,
Violent ethnic conflicts over decades have caused displacement of over 2 lakh people in North-East India. Such violent conflicts took place in various districts including Kokrajhar and Bongaigaon and the present Chirang districts of Assam in 1991, 1993, 1996 and 1998. These districts are inhabited by Bodos, Santhals or Adivasi community, Muslims and Bengali Hindu community. These riots caused massive displacement and several thousands of victims are still living in relief camps. TwoCircles.net presents a special series on such camps where inmates are living a miserable life in sub-human conditions.– Editor
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