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AJYCP threatens massive stir

Hours after BJP topguns in Guwahati endorsed the move to auction 12 oilfields and to welcome the foreign Hindu refugees, AJYCP threatens to launch a massive agitation to force the government to undo it. Talking to Assam Times over telephone, AJYCP president Biraj Talukdar said, “Assam is not the property of a section BJP leaders. Nobody has given these politicians the right to do whatever they want.”

Talukdar further reiterated that nobody can make Assam a safe abode of the immigrants. “How the refugees would be given the privileges of a citizen? We are dead opposed to it. We will resist the move and if situation warrants we are well prepared to launch a massive stir,” said the AJYCP leader.

According to Talukdar, an unseen force at the Centre has been doing all these to corner the newly elected government.

Activists of Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuva Chatra Parishad (AJYCP) take out torch light rally against issue of auction of oil fields in Jorhat on 13-07-16. Pix by UB Photos
Activists of Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuva Chatra Parishad (AJYCP) take out torch light rally against issue of auction of oil fields in Jorhat on 13-07-16. Pix by UB Photos
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