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Mr Paresh Barua, please listen!

Mr Paresh Barua, please listen!

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  22 July 2015 12:00 AM GMT

Mr Paresh Barua, please listen!

Let me ask Mr Barua --- what have you achieved in the last 35 years? In the me of struggle for “independence” you have pushed Assam back by 200 years. The way things are happening, I wonder whether the Assamese society would even survive another 200 years! The fragmentation of the Assamese society is complete. Every community, small or big, wants to make an empire of their own to loot. Do you have statistics of how many innocents lives have been taken by you and how many innocent Assamese youth were allowed to be killed by Army? It is very easy to give lectures from your hiding in the jungles of Bhutan, Myanmar and Bangladesh. If I am not mistaken, the ULFA was born to drive out the illegal Bangladeshis from Assam. What a paradox, that you took shelter in the same Bangladesh! Many of you married Bangladeshis as well. After that you stopped talking against illegal Bangladeshis. Is this what you call your “great sacrifice” for your motherland? If you have guts to do something even now, please leave the jungles and come out in the open and lead from the front.

In last 35 years, you have sown the seed of corruption and the easy money culture in the state. Now it is rampant. There is not a single institution or government department of the state which is not being affected by corruption. Assam has become a mother crab to be eaten up by the unborn little crabs within its womb. It is an utter shame for the Assamese people. Ninety per cent Assamese, if not more, have eaten the vitals of Assam and the Assamese society by indulging in nefarious activities. There is no work culture worth the me among the officials of the state government. Our youth don’t work in the fields and there have been few skilled professiols like plumbers, fitters, welders, electricians, carpenters, masons, TV mechanics, drivers etc in the Assamese society. What you taught them is how to earn easy money and to be extortionists. Many Assamese youth have become hoodlums and dalals of political parties. Show me the pages in history to know which society on earth thrives without quality human resources. Our people have sold their father’s land in villages to illegal Bangladeshis and have come to Guwahati and occupied its hills.

People lost faith in the ULFA long back as they had in the AGP. The Assamese people in general now repent that they committed a great blunder by supporting the ULFA and the AGP. Mr. Barua, please try to understand that you can’t give direction to a society through the trigger of guns. We know that you are old now and you need some wherewithal for your survival. Why don’t you surrender and give a new lease of life for peace and tranquillity to prevail in Assam?

Deepak Mazumdar,

Guwahati-22.

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