Abotani Lotta, Gogamukh, Dhemaji-787034, Assam, India
Adviser : Mg. Indra Chungkrang
President : Mg. Raj Kr. Morang
Vice President :
Mg. Khirud Pegu
Mg. Sumeswar Koptak
Mg. Minturaj Morang
General Secretary : Mg. Padmalochon Doley
Mg. Tilak Doley
Mg. Ram Govind Doley
Mg. Rahul Loying
Mg. Tuniram Pangging
Mg. Prosen Loying
Education Secretary : Mg. Reedeep Jack Doley
Literary Secretary : Mg. Shaan Pangging
Office Secretary : Mg. Dipen Doley
Cultural Secretary : Mg. Ridip Regon
Sports Secretary : Mg. Anuj Doley
Publicity Secretaries :
Mg. Sonjib Doley
Mg. Padeswar Mili
Mg. Krishna Doley
Mg. Prasanna Noroh
Mg. Mohot Doley
Organising Secretaries :
Mg. Jatin Pegu
Mg. Lila Taye
Mg. Nilo Kanto Pangging
Executive Members :
Mg. Tikeswar Doley
Mg. Lal Bahadur Mili
Mg. Kushal Payeng
Mg. Bhabesh Doley
Mg. Biplob Taid
Mg. Biren Singh Mili
Mg. Prakash Pegu
Mg. Satya Kumbang
Mg. Hemjit Patgiri
Mg. Khirud Kutum
Mg. Tushar Ngatey
Mg. Amarjit Kaman
Mg. Jyotish Pegu
Mg. Digbijay Doley
LIFE SKETCHES OF MARTYR’S (SWAHID): BOGA MÉDOK, NARESH TAID AND ANJANA PEGU.
“Victorious warriors win first and then go to war, while defeated warriors go to war first an then seek to win” – Sun Tzu
Martyr Boga Médok was born in the month of February in the year 1951 at Obonori Bati Médok a remote village situated in the district of Lakhimpur, Assam. He was the son of Late Labiram Medok and Late Osoki Medok. His real name was Mohananda. He was popularly known as Boga in his village and throughout Mising inhabited areas of Assam. His educational qualification was under matriculation and he married a woman called Dalimi in the year 1975. He fathered two sons and two daughters.
From an early age he was interested in social works and actively involved took part in the Mising Autonomy Movement. Apart from that he had a keen interest in drama and sports. As a result, he played a good role in some dramas held at his village.He was a good football player too. He was also concerned about the educational environment in rural areas which prompted him to voluntarily donate logs to Bati Médok M.E School for school furniture. He served as an advisor of village level committee of the Mising Mimag Kébang before he left for his heavenly abode.
Martyr Noresh Taid was born in the last week of December, 1973 at Bokula Gaon situated nearby Obonori (Subansiri) river. He was the third son of Jaduram Taid and Komaboti Taid. He had five brothers and one sister. His educational journey begun from Bokula Primary School. Subsequently, he was admitted to Bebejiya M.V School and later moved to Basudev Thaan Sankardev High School from where he passed his matriculation in 1993. After matriculation he was admitted in Lakhimpur Commerce College for his higher studies. Unfortunately, he could not complete his studies due to his motivation for the cause of Mising people resulting in sudden death in police firing during Bilmukh mass protests.
Martyr Noresh Taid was a courageous youth with passion for Mising nationalism and its causes. He was a flag bearer of Mising autonomy movement and always uphold the ideals of Mising national organisations. Being a Mising nationalist, he always stood by the organisations through thick and thin despite unfounded criticisms by government-backed mushroom organisations and conspirators. The dedication was such that Martyr Taid would always carve out a perfect strategy to deal with such conspiracies against Mising ethnic nationalist movement and its organisations.
Martyr Anjana Pegu was born in the month of June in the year 1976 at Mingmang Jengrai village situated nearby Assam-Arunachal border in the district of Dhemaji, Assam. She was born to Late Membor Pegu and Late Lawoti Pegu. Her father moved to present village from Jengrai village, Majuli in search of fertile agricultural land. She had two elder brothers and three elder sisters.
She commenced her primary education at Jengrai L.P School, Mingmang. Subsequently, she was admitted at Mingmang Girls’ M.E School and appeared her matriculation from Kamala Miri High School, Mingmang. Unfortunately, she did not got to hear her exam result due to her untimely demise succumbed due to police atrocities. On the day of 21st April, 1995 she was weaving at her home and from there a member of TMPK Modon Pegu a close friend of Martyr Anjana Pegu inspired her to join in the Mising Autonomy Movement and she jumped to the movement voluntarily for sake of the Mising réngam. She was a very energetic and courageous girl from an early age. Unfortunately, she breathed last at 9.30: AM on 27th April 1995 at her home after a week of the incident.
Causes of death
A fake/counterfeit organisation named ‘Mising Autonomous Demand Committee (MADC)’ was launched with full patronization by the then Congress led Assam Govt. and put into a dirty fight against the Mising national organisations, TMPK-MMK-TMMK. Simultaneously, the Congress- I took up a plan to revive the ‘Mising Ba:né Kébang (MBK)’ to use it against the struggling Mising people for full autonomy. The MBK and MADC agreed to accept the boundary less interim (farce) Mising Autonomous Council. In the 32 General Conference of the stnd rd
Mising Ba:né Kébang (MBK) that was held on 21 , 22 and 23 April,1995 at Bilmukh located in the district of Lakhimpur invited the then Chief Minister of Assam for formal declaration of the interim Mising Autonomous Council. This move sparked strong resentment among the Misings and TMPK-MMK-TMMK vowed to resist the conference at any cost. A 60 hour Bandh was called and observed. On the first day of the conference, about more than ten thousand Mising people took out a heroic protest march at Bilmukh in the district of Lakhimpur and when the procession was advancing towards the venue of the conference to register their protest, CRPF and Assam Police opened indiscriminate fire killing two persons namely martyr Boga Medok and martyr Noresh Taid. At the same time at Gogamukh in the district of Dhemaji, police brutally lathi-charged on thousands of woman picketers (TMMK) and a young girl named Martyr Anjana Pegu was brutally wounded by a Gun bayonet and died after a week. Their names are shining like a luminous star in the hearts and minds of Mising nationality for their sacrifices for the cause of a better tomorrow of the Mising Réngam.
The Mising réngam and its national organisations have reached to the present stage due to the immense dedication, hard work and sacrifices made by the martyrs and thousands of self-less volunteers who have devoted their youthful energy and time for the cause of brighter tomorrow.
The Mising rengam needs more such people who would voluntarily join the chorus of Mising nationalism and for the causes it stands for. The aspirations for territorial autonomy under Sixth Schedule would be realisable only if our youth can wake up to the call of the nationalist causes and volunteer for the national organisations.
“They will always be reckoned as the immortal comrades of Mising Réngam”
(The 6th National Organisation of Mising Community)
1) Takam Mising Porin Kébang (All Mising Students’ Union – 1971)
2) Mising Ba:ne Kébang (Mising Apex Council – 1924)
3) Mising Mimag Kébang (Mising Action Committee) – 1993 (MMK)
4) Takam Mising Mime Kébang (All Mising Women’s Front) – 1990 (TMMK)
5) Mising Agom Kébang (Mising Language Society- 1972) and Mising Dirbi Kébang (Mising Cultural Society – 1980).