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AASU to move SC on refugee move

In a damage repairing move, All Assam Students' Union threatens to move the Supreme Court alleging the Centre’s move to give refugee status for the non Muslim Bangladeshi   nationals fearing that Assam will have to bear the brunt.Talking to reporters in Jorhat on Tuesday, AASU adviser Dr Samujjal Bhattacharya said that they are discussing the issue with a team of legal experts to move the country’s apex court for intervention. Flanked by president Dipankar Nath and general secretary Lurinyoti Gogoi, the AASU adviser said that they won’t allow the Centre to make Assam a grazing ground for the Bangladeshi immigrants. Bhattacharjya along other central leaders were in Jorhat to stage a rally against the Centre’s move on the refugee status for the non Muslim Bagladeshi and Pakistani refugees.

 
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