It seems some quarters are angry at the absence of Assam tableaux in the Republic Day parade 2008 at New Delhi. Even the CM has ordered an enquiry into the entire episode.
It is an open fact that the sides of Assam's highways are laden with Bangladeshis (in order to sound diplomatic, lets say illegal migrants), not to speak of our forests, river banks et al. The migration and birth rate is so high that several districts have become Muslim-majority in the last 30 years. Already, the All Assam Muslim Students Union (AAMSU) has threatened to drive out the indigenous Rabha community from their native district of Goalpara. Even the Koch Rajbongshis have become a miniscule population in their erstwhile stronghold Dhuburi.
It is a matter of another 20 years for Assam to become a part of Bangladesh with a population booming with Bangladeshis. Let the State Government wait for 2020 to send a tableaux full of Bangladeshis from Assam. Or, we may find the Assam tableaux in the Bangladeshi Republic Day on the streets of Dhaka. Thats because, Assam would cease to be a part of India.
As for the hill states who feel safe dumping their share of illegal migrants should sit up. They cannot afford to have a Muslim government as a neighbour. Look at all the examples all over the world. Intra-clashes have ruined countries like Pakistan, Afghanistan, etc. and endangered the existence of their neighbouring areas. Lets take the example of Goalpara violence which took place during the Panchayat polls. One Muslim candidate was vying for the blood of another. Numerically, Assam will be a Bangladesh while politically, the state will experience violence and terrorism in the Pakistani style.