Mumbai, Dec 15 (UNI) Uttarakhand Sena, a newly formed non-political outfit, chief Khimanand Dhyani today said his organisation will take up the cause of the original habitants of Uttarakhand, who had become victims of the hostile and discriminatory policies of the successive regimes in the hilly state.
''We will not allow the state to become a victim of the vote-bank politics of the national political parties. Now we are ready to fight any battle, which relates to the problems of the people of the Uttarakhand,'' Mr Dhyani told reporters after announcing the formation of the new outfit here.
He said the Sena will fight for the rights of the people, who had agitated for the formation of Uttarakhand.
He said the outfit is willing to give a monthly compensation of Rs 500 to each of the affected people, who are willing to come forward and tell about their problems.
For years together, the migrants from Uttarakhand who are living in Mumbai, had been demanding for a superfast train between Dehra Dun and the city, but to no avail, Mr Dhyani said.
''The Sena will fight for these causes and ensure that their demands are fulfilled at the hands of the power that be,'' he added.