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AADSU and AAKRSU submitted memorendum at UN conference

The joint committee of All Assam Dimasa Student Union (AADSU) and All Assam Kush Rajbonshi Student Union (AAKRSU) submitted a memorandum in the last conference of the United Nations Human Rights Organizations under the title of 'Expert Mechanism on the Rights of Indigenous People' demanding step of the world body for restoring rights of these indigenous communities of Assam, held at Geneva from 1to3 October. A delegation committee led by Biswajit Roy,president of the AAKRSU and Prafulla Hafila,president of the AADSU attended the conference.

It was declared in a press meet held at Guwahati press club today. Speaking the occasion Biswajit Roy, president of AAKRSU alleged that Tarun Gogoi led Congress Government of Assam betrayals both the ethnic communities by giving false hope. He also condemns the act of the state government for showing negligence towards the recognition of schedule tribe status to the community that they have been demanding for one decade. He also said that the ethnic community of the state has to face existential problem for the vague declaration of the state as well as central government.Prafulla Hafila also condemns the state government for failing in maintaining law and order situation of the state. He urges the state government to take up necessary step for fulfilling their needs and aspiration.

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