Who is more Axomiya?
The union government has constituted a high power committee comprising of noted personalities like Mr.Madan Prasad Bezbaruah, Mr. Subhash Das, Mr. Nagen Saikia, Mr. Rong Bon Terong, Mr. Dhirendranath Bezbaruah, Mr.Mukunda Rajbongshi and Mr. Ramesh Barpatra Gohain to look into the implementation of Clause 6 of Assam Accord 1985 that provides constitutional safeguard to the state's ethnic communities. Can anyone question the integrity of the above mentioned gentlemen? These gentlemen are genius and stalwarts in their own fields.
Now my question is who are more Asomiyas or who can be more trusted and banked on? On the other hand we have Ripun Bora, Akhil Gogoi, Dr. Hiren Gohain, Manjit Mahanta, Badrdrudin Ajmal, Hemen Das and Paresh Baruah. Can we trust and rely on these persons whose integrity is always questionable? These set of persons are undercover agents of a foreign hand which have a dangerous game plan of converting Assam into a Pan Islamic State.
Return of CBI Chief
The Supreme Court must be saluted for reinstating Alok Verma as the Director of CBI, in its recent judgement. CBI was almost always used as a political weapon by the party in power at the Centre, starting from the days of Indira Gandhi. However, the recent incidents were essentially an attack on the institution of CBI itself. The midnight coup was unprecedented, and was a raid on the position of the Director. These acts only give credence to the fact that there is undeclared emergency in the country. The Central Government's approach is opaque, and its hurried moves to introduce so many bills in the Parliament at the last moment is not good in taste. The present Government seems to be faltering in many of its actions.
Assam Bandh on January 8
Agitation, for whatever cause it is should be peaceful. The Assam Bandh called by the All Assam Students union (AASU) supported by 30 other organizations on January 8 turned violent in certain places. BJP alleges that the violent acts are done by the congress goons. But the role of some students in the violent acts cannot be ruled out as they could understand well what might lie in store for them once the citizenship (Amendment) Bill 2016 results into an act. Samujjal Bhattacharjya, AASU's advisor maintained that the Bandh was spontaneous. Violence as such should not have been there. As a common man, we never endorse a violent agitation or an act of vandalism which implies bloodshed of the innocent people. It is seen that some people in their complacent attitude land in troubles when they room about in their Two-Wheelers or Four -Wheelers, again some businessmen use their small carriers in a desperate bid to keep their business flourishing resort to moving about and in doing so face the ire of the agitationists and end up getting their vehicles damaged. The Bandh on January 8 was a demand of the situation that paralyzed the normal life of the entire stretch of Assam (Brahmaputra Valley).