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Government failed to fulfill poll promises: Baishya

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LAKHIMPUR, June 16: The State government led by Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal has failed to fulfill the promises that were made before the election, alleges Hindu Yuva Chatra Parishad(HYCP) president Balen Baishya.

“From five year old child to middle aged Arnamai Borah all had to make supreme sacrifices by becoming the victims of rape under the rule of this very government who shouts slogans to safeguard ‘Jati, Mati, Bheti,” Basihya said.
He further added that the indigenous people of Kaladi in Barpeta had to become the victims of the attack of Bangladeshis.

The criminals that attacked the people at Mayang have not been arrested till date, stated the HYCPA president during the 13th biennial conference of the Lakhimpur unit of HYCPA on Friday.

Speaking during the public meeting held at the District Library auditorium, the president said the promise on the part of the BJP government of providing jobs to 26 lakh unemployed youths of the State is still a distant dream. He also slammed Union Minister for Scheduled Tribes Development Affairs Joel Oram for his statement regarding the granting of tribal status to the six communities of Assam. The event was chaired by social activist Keshab Chandra Bhuyan, State general secretary Dipankar Gohain who delivered lecture on the influx of Bangladeshis in Assam.

Senior citizen Hiranya Kumar Duwarah also spoke in the event. District president Jugma Jyoti Dutta delivered the welcome address. The Executive Committee of the Lakhimpur district unit of the organization was constituted in the event selecting Jugma Jyoti Dutta as president, Rajiv Singh as working president and Madhav Das as general secretary, comprising a total of 21 members.

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