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23 years of Assam Accord: AASU staging demo in the city

The All Assam Students Union activists are sitting in strike in the city from Thursday morning in protest the government failure to implement the Assam Accord which was signed by AASU and the then Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi 23 years ago. AASU leaders said 23 years have passed since the Accord was signed but the main clauses have been remaining unimplemented. Illegal migrants have not been detected and deported and also the Indo-Bangla has not been sealed and also the borders are still remaining porous. The strike will end on Friday.
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