Bangladeshi Immigrants in Meghalaya: Causes of Human Movement and Impact on Garo Hills
The Problem Of Bangladeshi Immigrants Has Adversely Impacted On Socioeconomic And Political Conditions In India.;The Book Focuses On Unauthorized Human Movement From Bangladesh To Garo Hills, Meghalya In 1964 And Then In 1971. Causes For Migration, Relief Camps, Rehabilitation And Reclamation Of Displaced Persons From Across The Border, And Impact Of These Immigrants On The Region Are Discussed And Analysed.;The Book May Be Found Useful By The Policy Makers And Scholars Having Interest In The Region.;;;;
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A-chiks Ampati area of land Baghmara Balachanda Banais Bangladesh Liberation Bangladesh Liberation War Batabari Bhutto Bihar Bilkona Centre Chandabhoi Chibinang citizenship certificate Contd Dalu December Deputy Commissioner Dimapara displaced persons East Bengal East Garo elections erstwhile East Pakistan evacuees Fire wood Ganol Garo Hills District Garo refugees Goalpara District Government of India Grohonsing GRRO Hajongs Hajongs and Koches Halchati Haluaghat Hills District Council Hills of Meghalaya Ibid immigrants Indian Union influx Kalaipara Khas Land land reclaimed looted Machangpani Mahendraganj Matia camp Meghalaya Mineng minority communities Muslim refugees Muslims Mymensing district National Assembly Nidanpur Nil Nil number of refugees party Patijora Police Station political Purakhasia Ramakrishna Mission reclaimed and allotted refugees registration rehabilitation sites relief and rehabilitation Relief Camp resettled Rongnabak Rongram scheme settled Sheikh Mujibur Rehman Sibbari Simsang Sisengpara South Garo Hills Table thousands of refugees Total Tura Unpublished document Vide West Garo Hills Williamnagar Yahya Khan Zamindars