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‘arrest Subodh’ chorus gets louder

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  10 March 2017 12:00 AM GMT

Congress team to visit Silapathar today, Assam Yuba Parishad warns parties


Guwahati, March 9: The activists of Brihattar Asomiya Yuba Mancha (BAYM) today burnt the effigy of Nikhil Bharat Bangali Udbastu Samanway Samitee president Subodh Biswas here for his alleged role in the attack of AASU office at Silapathar in Dhemaji district on Monday last. NIBBUS activists allegedly vandalized the AASU office at Silapathar at 9.30 last night.

The police are looking for Biswas for his alleged role in the vandalism with the students’ union even announcing a reward for information about him. The Dhemaji police put Biswas on the wanted list by evening.

BAYM Kamrup district committee president Aswini Bezbaruah said that the NIBBUS has a design to turn Assam a second Tripura and with this purpose the organization has attacked AASU office.

“But this will never be tolerated. We have strongly condemned this barbaric act unleashed by NIBBUS and demanded immediate arrest of prime accused in the case, Subodh Biswas,” Bezbaruah said.

Other leaders of the organization as well, who were involved in the case should immediately put behind the bars, he said.

Bezbaruah said that if the Government does not take action immediately, the BAYM would launch vigorous agitation in the days to come. The BAYM submitted a memorandum to the Kamrup (M) DC addressing to the Chief Minister.

Meanwhile, the Asom Yuba Parishad (AYP) today warned the political parties and organizations to abstain from doing advocacy for giving settlement to Hindu Bangladeshis in Assam.

AYP president Sunil Deka in a press meet today said that these parties should stop their politics to grab power with the help of illegal Bangladeshis.

“If they don’t refrain from such attempt, its consequence will be dreadful.” He said.

Deka also made it clear that foreigners cannot be divided based on their religion.

“Every foreign tiol who entered Assam after 1971, irrespective of their religion must leave Assam, must leave the State,” he said.

He said that the attack on AASU office and damaging the image of music maestro Bhupen Hazarika by ‘goons’ is a dangerous sign.

“This is not a trivial incident. It is a dangerous sigl for the people of Assam,” said the AYP president.

Deka further said that AYP never allows making any changes of the provisions of Assam Accord.

Any programmers holding in support of granting citizenship to Hindu Bangladeshis’ must be banned in Assam.

The Asom Yuba Parishad will submit a memorandum to the Chief Minister in this regard tomorrow.

On the other hand, a team of Congress party comprising Bolin Kuli, Apurba Kr Bhattacharya , Bismita Gogoi, Sushanta Borgohian, Sushil Pegu and Sailen Sonowal will visit Silapathar tomorrow to take stock of the situation.

APCC general secretary Mukul Sarma in a statement slammed the State government for not arresting the prime accused of the Silapathar incident, Subodh Biswas.

“The government is deliberately abstaining from arresting Biswas as he is an RSS activist,” Sarma said.

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