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.
31 May 2017 - 6:43pm | AT News
Two women met watery grave in Lakhimpur when the boat ferrying a few people capsized on the middle of a river on Wednesday.
The incident took place on the river Bogolijan which started swelling from Tuesday after NEEPCO released a huge volume of waters from its Ranganadi dam.
As the boat reached the middle of the river, the boat suddenly capsized under the impact of the strong current forcing many local residents to come to the rescue of the passengers.
SDRF jawans and local residents tried their best to rescue them. But they failed to save Pallavi Saikia and Munmi Saikia who met watery grave sending shock in the entire area.
2 May 2012 - 9:45pm | editor
Bodies of three more children were fished out of the river Brahmaputra in Dhubri early in the morning on Wednesday.
BSF and NDRF jawans are still on the search operation on the river bed two days after an overloaded boat sank in Dhubri. Over 150 people are believed to have been remaining traceless.
According to police, the search operation would continue through the day and did not rule out the possibility of many bodies being washed downstream to Bangladesh.
AICC general secretary Rahul Gandhi, along with Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi the mishap site on Wednesday afternoon and took stock of the situation.
3 Dec 2017 - 8:49pm | Shajid Khan
TANGLA,Dec 3: Fear psychosis grips the people of Khoirabari two days after the security forces eliminated ULFA top leader Rajen Deka which is shrouded in dire controversy.
The villagers are still panic stricken after they came across the dreadful night dominated by the sounds of gun fight which lasted for nearly three hours.
The most panic stricken family belongs to Kosheswar Deka who allegedly gave shelter to the 44 year old self-styled commandant of 27 Battalion ULFA(I) Rajan Deka alias Rajan Axom just before the encounter.
The villagers, mostly, said even in the time of crop cutting they have been spending sleepless nights fearing a rerun of the gunfight.
The security forces have yet to release Bharat Deka after he was arrested for sheltering the rebel.
A section of the villagers are fearing the rush of more armed rebels to take on the security forces to take revenge of the great loss. They think that the rebels might try to attack the villagers accusing them of spying against them or passing inputs to the police.
Some others believe that the aide of Rajen Deka might have been hiding there to strike again who managed to escape the security forced. The security forces are ewusllg keeping a close watch on the movement of the people since they have intensified patrolling in the entire area.