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Protests against AKRSU

Students from various colleges and University including Kokrajhar Govt College, Bodoland University strongly reacted with demonstration to protest against the activities taken out by Hiteswar Barman led AKRSU over the issue of entry and felicitation to Descendants of Mech Kings on November 16 at a programme in Kokrajhar.

The students community expressed their resentment as AKRSU had burnt effigies of Dr Shekar Brahma, Registrar of Bodoland University, Dr Binay Kumar Brahma, principal of Kokrajhar Govt College on Wednesday in Chirang district following felicitation to Mech Kings in Kokrajhar recently.

The students community from various colleges, Bodoland University gathered in front of the university with banner, festoone and placards and shouted slogans demanding early apologies from Hiteswar Barman, president of AKRSU citating that felicitation to Descendrmt of Mech Kings was not wrong act, because they were the area kings of Mongolian groups and they are son soil in the state

Anjalu Basumatary, a student scholar of University and Dwimalu Mushahary, a student have termed the activities carried out by AKRSU was unfortunate and claimed that Prithiraj Narayan Dev Mech and his forefathers are belongs to Mech Kingdom. They said that protest showing from AKRSU against Bodo scholars were unaccetable and unbearful for commuinty generations. They have demnaded Hiteswar Barman and his associates should apologize and held healthy and unity among communities in the region.    

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Reporting from Kokrajhar

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