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AJYCP burns effigies of Ardhendu Dey, Rajen Gohain

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GOLAGHAT, May 9: The activists of Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuba Chatra Parishad (AJYCP) Golaghat district committee on Wednesday burnt the effigies of former minister Ardhenu Dey for his alleged controversial comments and Minister of State for Railways, Rajen Gohain for neglecting a noted teacher at a public place at Batapont in Golaghat town. The activists shouted various slogans against the BJP government for taking anti-Assamese policies and strongly condemned the activities of Ardhenu Dey and Rajen Gohain.
The president and secretary of Golaghat AJYCP, Abdul Hasim and Nikunja Medhi said that former minister Ardhendu Dey instigated people by making communal speeches which were highly condemnable. On the other hand, the AJYCP slammed Rajen Gohain for showing disrespect to a retired teacher in a public meeting. The Golaghat AJYCP warned Ardhenu Dey to keep away for making controversial statements.
 The Durniti Birudhi Oikya Mancha of Golaghat district unit lodged an FIR at Golaghat Police Station on Wednesday against former minister Ardhendu Dey for delivering communal speeches in a public place. The general secretary of the organization, Abani Bora said that Ardhendu Dey instigated the people to get involved in communal conflicts with his alleged controversial speeches. The organization demanded legal action against Ardhendu Dey in order to maintain law and order in Assam.
LAKHIMPUR: Demanding scrapping of Citizenship (Amendment) Bill, 2016 and protesting against the alleged irrational statement of Minister of State for Railways, Rajen Gohain, and Dr. Ardhendu Kumar Dey, former minister of the State, the activists of the Lakhimpur district unit of Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuva Chatra Parishad  (AJYCP) burnt their effigies and the symbol of the bill in North Lakhimpur town.
The organization expressed zero tolerance against the controversial Citizenship (Amendment) Bill stating that the Bill would cause bloodbath in Assam, collapsing the communal harmony among the people of the State and demanded to withdraw the bill in no time. They also warned Rajen Gohain and Dr. Ardhendu Dey not to make condemnable statements to hurt the sentiments of Assamese people.

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