ACN Staff Reporter
KRAKOW, DEC 12: Ven. Mangal Kanti Chakma, a Buddhist monk from Arunachal Pradesh took the voice of the voiceless of Chakma-Hajong to Europe. Venerable Chakma presented a paper at an International conference which entitled "The Stateless of beings Chakma, problem and their Culture and Religion after the partition of India and Pakistan: A Case study of the Chakmas of Arunachal Pradesh" at Jagiellonian University in Poland on Tuesday. He has raised the voice of thousands of Chakmas where many Students, Scholars, Human Right activists from the globe participated at this international event.
Venerable Chakma through his paper explained the plight of the Chakmas of Arunachal Pradesh who have been suffering and deprived from basic facilities being of stateless after the partition between India and Pakistan. Also how the Chakma Buddhist tribe have been neglected and victimized by unfair politics and religious background since five decades.
Venerable Mangal Kanti Chakma is currently pursuing a Ph. D degree from Babasaheb Bhimrao Ambedkar University, Lucknow and he hails from Namsai district of Arunachal Pradesh. ACN highly appreciate his tireless efforts and wish him good luck for his future endeavors