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Demand for Kamatapur growing

Hundreds of activists from All KochRrajbongsi Students Union (AKRSU) and Mahila Samiti participated at the three hours sit-in demonstration demanding reconstruction of separate Kamatapur state and Scheduled Tribe (ST) status to the Koch Rajbongsi community in the state, at Pragati Bhawan today in Kokrajhar. 

The students’ activists with banner, placards shouted slogans demanding creation of separate Kamatapur state and granting of ST status to the community. The students union strongly slammed BJP led NDA govt at the centre said that the BJP had not implemented the election campaign promised and party would be given punishment in the ensuing state Assembly next year. 

Baniram Barman, AKRSU leader said that his community will not give any support to the BJP party as party has not fulfilled election campaign promised. He has criticized BJP for their deprived of ST status and Kamatapur and demanded early solution of their demands.

A memorandum was submitted to Prime Minister through Kokrajhar Deputy Commissioner demanding early creation of Kamatapur separate state and ST status to the Koch Rajbongsi community.

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