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Bangladeshis: AJYCP observes Black Monday

Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuva Chatra Parishad says they will not allow Assam to be the heaven for the illegal Bangladeshi people.

The student body leaders have observed Monday as a black day demanding government action to deal with this situation firmly. AJYCP general secretary Manoj Baruah it’s right time for these Assamse to go all out against the illegal Bangladeshi people who have infiltrated into the state. He said Assam has become the heaven of the Bangladeshi people and also the fundamentalist forces.

“The government machineries have been failing to firmly deal with the situation. The failure of the authorities to seal the porous Indo-Bangla border have also encouraged the problem,” they said.

The students body in the city hoisted black flags in public places demanding government action to rein in the increasing activities of the fundamentalist forces in Assam.
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