Tripura, Dec 23 (ANI): Repatriation of the Brus, which was more likely to start by November, is still on hold.
Expressing concern over the matter, MHA officials have been frequently visiting the camps to take stock of the situation, especially pertaining to demands made by the Brus for early repatriation to their home state of Mizoram.
Recently, a high level team led by the Special Secretary to the Ministry of Home Affairs (Internal Security), M K Singla, visited the camps in North Tripura district to discuss their early repatriation.
Singla also visited two evacuee camps at Ashapara and Naisingpara.
He, along with other officials of North Tripura and security officials, also held a meeting with the leaders of Mizoram Bru Displaced People's Forum (MBDPF).
He further interacted with the inmates of the camps, discussed their issues and explained to them about the facilities they will get after repratriation.
Meanwhile, the inmates were seen holding placards demanding birth certificates to the new-born babies, caste certificate and Adhar card, written agreements, allotment of land to each family, updating inmates' list as well as deployment of central security forces in villages of Mizoram where they shall be repatriated.
Earlier in November, the process of identification of displac.