Video on Social Media claiming Encroachment issue at Aohali Village ,East Siang District.
EAST SIANG: On 5th October 2021 a video surfaced on social media pertaining to the Boundary dispute between two communities. The region is an Idu-Mishmi village named Aohali which the Adi community believed to have been a Silluk's land. The video doesn't prove the actual happening of the event, however, it mentioned "Encroachment" as its caption.
Why in the News
Abruptly a video that was out on social media on 5th October 2021, gave a short nerve-wracking message to the communities living in the vicinity of Mebo Circle of East Siang district and elsewhere, wherein people were seen gathered around the National Highway. It seemed to have highlighted that the masses had gathered there for discussion and opinion over the encroachment issue.
The encroachment was alleged by an uploader that the Adi community had encroached a part of the land which actually comes under Aohali an Idu-Mishmi Village, in East Siang district.
However the actual reality is still yet to be known, but the voice in the video was heard saying "video kyu lerai, tumhara Mobile ko fardega"
Where is the Location
The region is an Idu–Mishmi village named Aohali, and its neighbouring ADI village silluk which comes under Mebo Circle of East Siang District.
The debates and discussions between the Silluk and Aohali have been there for long enough now, The region mostly dominated by the Adi communities has a history of cordial relationship with the Idu -Mishmi community residing in Aohali village, bordering Silluk Village of Mebo Circle in East Siang district.
In the year 2018, there was a rumour made by some youth that tried to break the existing cordial relationship between the two communities but was thwarted by both the communities amicably.
On inquired by the SPACE Media, the denizens stated, "The matter is still not confirmed however the dispute and heated argument between silluk and Aohali has always been there, in fact, its a common trait in every boundary areas of different community"