Tripura: Chakma tribals observe ‘Black Day’

  |   Tripuranews

The Chakma tribals on Saturday observed a “Black Day” to protest the non-inclusion of non-Muslim dominated CHT in India during the partition in 1947.

The Chakma National Council of India (CNCI) is spearheading the agitation in four northeastern states — Tripura, Mizoram, Assam and Arunachal Pradesh — where approximately four lakh Chakma tribals, mostly Buddhist, have been living for decades.

CNCI assistant general secretary Shanti Chakma said that the Chakma people in CHT (of Bangladesh) are also observing the “Black Day” through numerous functions.

Around 800,000 people belonging to Chakma tribes are living in the mountainous region, bordering India and Myanmar.

“Besides, in important cities of India — Kolkata, New Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore — the day was observed with the initiative of the migrant Chakma students and the Chakma people living there,” Shanti Chakma told reporters here....

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