GUWAHATI: Assam or the Northeast should get some reserved benefits in terms of political arena or other all India competitive practices as its historical background is distinct compared to other parts of India. The level of civilization is distinct but the people who are unable to avail such reserved facilities which has created a hate subconscious among the people of Assam," said the chairman of United Trust of Assam, Shiv Prasad Sarma while addressing a press meet in Guwahati on Monday.
"Conflict between civilizations is nothing new. It has been an eternal genetic flaw flowing in our blood stream since the days of primitive nomadic people. With the increase in the population of these ethnic group conflict factors and the development of civilization, the character of conflict factors has also changed but there has been no change in the tendency of one group to be hostile by dominating the character of another group," said the secretary general of the Trust, Bhaskar Das.
United Trust of Assam was formed to create an idea of Indian patriotism and brotherhood. The Trust have already carried out work involving the interest of the nation.
This year on December 25, the United Trust if Assam will organize a conclave at the Pragjyoti ITA Complex on the subject 'Conflict of Ancient Civilizations in Post-Modern India and Its Remedy'. Governor Prof Jagdish Mukhi Dev will be the chief guest. Advocate Ashwini Upadhyay, who has created a record by fighting about 125 public interest litigation cases, will also be present. Two scholars from Assam - Prof Nandita Saikia and all-India level speaker Ankita Dutta will also deliver their speeches on the occasion.