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ULFA-I snubs Rajen Gohain

The United Liberation Front of Asom (ULFA-I) has dared Union minister Rajen Gohain to make Assamese a compulsory subject in the high school level.

In a statement issued by ULFA-I on Monday, chairman Dr Abhijit Asom deplored that in some pockets of Nagaon district a section of the Assamese people have stopped talking in the native language. He slammed the railway minister for his recent assertion that the Bengali Hindu refugees would be forced to adopt the Assamese language.

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