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Stage set for Bru repatriation (8/6/2018) 
Preparations for the proposed final phase of Bru repatriation from North Tripura to Mizoram, from August 14 to September 10, have almost been completed, a senior Mizoram home department official said today.The Brus are in six relief camps in North Tripura at present.The district core committee on Bru repatriation along the Mizoram-Bangladesh-Tripura border in Mamit district, the Assam border in Kolasib district and in south Mizoram's Lunglei district were making arrangements to receive the 32,876 Brus belonging to 5,407 families and resettle them, the Additional Secretary for Home Lalbiakzama said.While 4,199 Bru families would be resettled in 48 villages in Mamit district, 824 and 384 families would be resettled in 10 villages Kolasib and four villages in Lunglei districts respectively, Lalbiakzama said.According to the agreement, inked in Delhi during the first week of July this year, between the Centre, the state governments of Mizoram and Tripura and the Mizoram Bru Displaced People's Forum (MBDPF), all Bru refugees were to be repatriated to Mizoram before September 30.The MBDPF is the apex body of the Bru community in the relief camps.All the repatriated Bru families would get Rs 5,000 each through direct benefit transfer every month and a free ration for two years.The Centre would deposit Rs 4 lakh in the bank accounts of each of the repatriated families and the money could be withdrawn after three years and a housing assistance to the tune of Rs 1.5 lakh would be disbursed to each family.
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