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ABMSU stages dharna

Hundreds of ABMSU activists and their supporters took part with banner, festoon and placards in a three hours sit-in dharna demanding to stop harassing to the common peoples in the name of D-voters in the state here in front of DC office in Kokrajhar today.

The dharna was organised by ABMSU in association with Kokrajhar district unit.The agitators shouted slogans like Assam govt has hai, stop harassment on common publics while hacking D-voters, besides demanded early implementation of the NRC updation as per scheduled manner. 

A memorandum was later submitted to the Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi through Kokrajhar DC demanding early implementation of NRC execution in successful manner, provide fully compensation to the riot victims, who were badly affected in the riots.

Lafikul Islam Ahmed, general secretary of the students union while participating in the dharna said the state govt has been unnecessarily harassing common people in the name of D-voters. He has demanded early stop of unreasonable harassment to the common masses in the name of checking D-voters. 

He has also warned for strong agitation against govt if harassment are not stop in early manner. 


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Reporting from Kokrajhar

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