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AAMSU stages dharna in Kokrajhar

The All Assam Minority Students Union(AAMSU) stages two-hour sit-in-dharna in front DC office in Kokrajhar with banner, placards demanding fully compensation, rehabilitation of BTAD 2012 riot affected peoples on Monday.  Hundreds of activists from AAMSU and affected peoples from Bodo,Muslim,Koch-Rajbongsis communities are joined hands in the dharna with banner, placards and shouted slogans seeking fulfillment of compensations as promised by government post riots. The riot affected peoples are still fcaing several hardships in their living due to non getting of compensation and rehabilitations in the region.

 The AAMSU said that riot affected peoples are still deprived from getting proper compensations from government.The AAMSU demanded proper distribution of compensation,rehabilitation among affected peoples.

A memorandum was also submitted to Chief Minister of Assam through Kokrajhar DC seeking early solve of the demnads from AAMSU among affected riot victims.

Ajizur Rahman,president of AAMSU demanded proper fulfilment of compensations to the riot affected peoples in the line of Gujrat spirits as government provided compensations.

‘The AAMSU wants proper rehabilitation those who were affected in the BTAD riot so that affected peoples could be regained their life’,Rahman said.

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