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AASM expresses gratitude to AASU leaders, martyrs and Rajiv Gandhi

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  5 Feb 2016 12:00 AM GMT

From a Correspondent

Dibrugarh, February 4: On the pre- eve of the much awaited iugural ceremony of Brahmaputra Cracker and Polymer Limited (BCPL) at Lepetkata, the district unit of Asom Andolan Samgrami Manch (AASM) has articulated their heartfelt gratitude to the former student leaders of AASU, Prafulla Kumar Mahanta, Brihgu Kumar Phukan, former Prime Minister of India, Rajiv Gandhi and the other key leaders and martyrs of Assam Agitation for their undeniable part in supporting the effecting of one of the key fundamentals of the Assam Accord.

Importantly, as the BCPL project is the optimistic upshot of the sacrifices of the martyrs and victims of the Assam Agitation, and past student leaders of AASU and former Prime Minister, Rajiv Gandhi as well as previous Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, and incumbent Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi, the AASM through a press communiqué, while welcoming the Prime Minister, has called upon him to convey his recognition and gratitude towards the martyrs, leaders and patrons who had backed the much-hyped gas cracker project.

Both the chief conveners of AASM, Shashanka Neog and Parag Jyoti Borua, were optimistic that Prime Minister rendra Modi, on this trip to the Upper Assam district, must declare and filize the dates for implementation of his pre-Lok Sabha Election assurances. Modi, as part of his pre-election manifesto guarantees, had assured the people of the State to allocate funds of Rs 5,000 crore to the Brahmaputra Fertilizer and Corporation Limited at mrup, grant of Scheduled Caste status to the six indigenous communities of the State, closure of big river dam construction, introduction of dual railway lines getting the issue of unemployment resolved through adequate steps, and execution of all the rules incorporated under the Assam Accord.

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