Abandon jehad or face music, AAMSU told
If they're genuine Indians what makes them so shaky? Questions Kiraan
By our Staff Reporter
GUWAHATI, Oct 24: Intertiol Hindu Se (IHS) has dared All Assam Minority Students’ Union (AAMSU) to go ahead with its proposed jehad on October 27, 2017 in Guwahati and face the music from the very next day.
Talking to the media at Guwahati Press Club on Tuesday, IHS secretary GD Kiraan said: “We’ve concrete information that arms and weapons have been kept hidden in some masjids and houses in some districts in order to use them on October 27. The AAMSU has been out to huddle together around 50 lakh people belonging to the religious minority community and rock Guwahati on October 27, 2017. We want to see as to what measures the government is taking. If the measures aren’t up to mark, we’re here to make AAMSU face the music from October 28. If anything happens to the common people on that day, the government will be held responsible for it. AAMSU is out to go for an undemocratic movement, but we respect democracy and we hope that Indian army or paramilitary forces won’t let us down. We’re going to assist security personnel in the best possible way. Some Islamic organizations have been banned the world over. In our eyes the activities of the AAMSU have made it a fit case for ban. Its leaders should be arrested. We and our allied organizations will have eyes fixed on the AAMSU till October 27. 2017. AAMSU is a students’ organization the members of which should lay stress on their studies. They, however, are out to create a JNU-like situation in Assam. If anything untoward happens on October 27 in Assam, along with our male members women will come out in large number to save Assam. If need be, people from other States will assemble here to fight the mece. Their activities make it clear as though they their roots are in Bangladesh, not in India or Assam.”
Kiraan further said: “The State Government has already told them to assuage their fear that if the me of any genuine Indian citizen doesn’t figure in the draft NRC to be published on December 31, 2017 he/she will get every opportunity to include his/her me in the fil NRC. The draft NRC has not been published as yet. Why should they create such a situation now? If they’re genuine Indians what makes them so shaky?”
IHS working president Monil Bokolial said: “The indigenous Assamese have been losing their ground in Assam slowly, but surely. We can’t remain subdued on our own land. We request all organizations to come forward to save Assam at this hour of crisis. We also request the government to do its best to save the State and its people.”