Lecturette and GD Topic: THE NORTH-EAST PROBLEM

Guys this is also a good topic asked in GD as well as in Lecturette as North-East problem is major problem in India. Before going for your SSB Interview Please prepare for this also.


Exodus to the north –east:

  1.    Ineffective Govt. policy.
  2.    Foreign hand.
  3.   Intolerance of the public.

North –East is again in the news because of sudden exodus of these people from Bangalore, Pune and Hyderabad. They have rushed back in their home state, as they were threatened by the locals to leave their city in 24 hours. Inspite of the best effects of the state Government to ensure security for these people, the exodus continued. Specials trains were arranged. The sudden exodus has resulted in vaccum in some of the Malls, Hospitals, Security Agencies and hotels.

Background the problem: The origin of the problem is the changing demography in the North-Eastern States. The riverine border with Bangladesh, 4096 Km has changed the demography of West Bengal, Assam, Meghalya, Tripura and Mizoram.  These  people have settled over these starts after getting their documents like, ration card and voter card made through illegal means. This has resulted in conflict of interest with the local population. The problem is discussed under three heads:


The government has not been able to stop the infiltration of illegal immigrants from Bangladesh. The detection of these people is also difficult as they produce documents to prove that they are Indian Muslims. The Govt. should convey strongly to Bangladesh Govt. to check the exfiltration from their country. Prompt action is required to sand back illegal immigrants. Ration card Voting card should not be made till the Govt. is satisfied with the claim of individual. The liberal policies of the Govt. are responsible for some of the problem of North-east


Humanly, it is not possible to manage 4096 Km of international porous border with Bangladesh as a number of rivers are used to smuggle the infiltrators. West Bengal, Assam , Meghalaya, Tripura and Mizoram are the worst affected states as it is changing their demography. The present regime is pro-India and taking step to stop illegal crossings. The previous Govt. led by Bagam Khalid Zia, was  soft on their infiltration. The immigrants from Bangladesh are poor people who cross over to India in search of odd jobs. Bangladesh rifles and B.S.F have to jointly curb this practice with an iron hand to stop this infiltration.


The present crises in Assam is the creation of Bodoland Autonomous Council (BAC) in the year 2003. 90% of the Bodos are Hindus. These people think the Muslims of Bangladesh are trying to change the democracy of BAC and Assam. The non-bodas fell that they are being discriminated by the BAC authorities as they are ignoring them. Due to intolerance of each other a small incident between two will lead to communal riots. Both fell insecure and blame each other for any act of omission or commission in their area. Bodos fell the Muslim are occupying their space, jobs and economic opportunities where a non-bodas  i.e Muslim fells they are being discriminated being labeled as Bangladeshi.


The exodus of North-East people is a cause of concern as it taking a communal turn which may have repercussion over the areas. The central Govt. and the State Govt. of all the state have to act swiftly to stop the exodus. The social net work sites which sponsored haltered among the communities have to be blocked. Security has to be provided to the people where ever they are working.  The infiltration from Bangladesh has to be stopped. The communities have to be showing more tolerance to each other. The goodwill has to prevail with sacrifices from all sides. 

Deepak Tomar

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