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Muslim Council withdraws support to AUDF

Its a significant development in Assam politics inn the run up to the panchayat polls. The All Assam Muslim Council (AAMC) has withdrawn its support from the Asom United Democratic Front (AUDF) alleging that the leadership has been running the party in a most autocratic style.

The council is among the 13 organizations which formed a common platform — the Coordination Committee of the Minority Organizations (CCMO) — as the launching pad to float the AUDF just before the last Assembly elections in the State.

AAMC general secretary Omar Rashid alleged that the AUDF leadership had not only neglected the council leaders but also conspired to destabilize the organization of the council.
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