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AATASU identifys three Badans

The All Assam Tai Ahome Students Union has called for social boycott of those people who attended the meeting with P R Kyindiah on Tuesday in New Delhi.

Talking to a private TV channel on Wednesday, AATASU president Pradip Konwar said the two Ahom person were from the Tai Ahom Council which has no relation with the protest for ST status.

Calling them Badans of Assam, the students union has further warned the government and the Congress to refrain from trying to disrupt the age old communal of harmony in the state saying it have a serious consequences. They hoped the people would boycott these three fellows.

Notably, the meeting which has proved to be a flop show which was attended by these people who were mislead by an officer on special duty attached to the Chief Minister's Office.
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