Top
Begin typing your search above and press return to search.

BJP Minority Morcha blames Rakibul for 'creating panic among minorities'

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  20 Oct 2015 12:00 AM GMT

‘People who have legacy data are arrested by the police as suspected foreigners so as to put pressure on them for political mileage. The Congress government in the State failed to detect foreigners, but they are now out to frame genuine Indian citizens as foreigners for political gains. The minorities are feeling lack of any governce in Samaguri LAC’

By our Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, October 19: The Minority Morcha of the State BJP has alleged that the State Government has been creating a panicky situation in the Samaguri LAC where people who have legacy data are arrested as suspected foreigners. The Morcha has blamed it on P&RD Minister Rakibul Hussain for the rampant violation of laws in the LAC.

Talking to newsmen at Atal Behari Vajpayee Bhavan at Hengrabari in the city today, Morcha president Mominul Aowal and general secretaries Mahiruddin Ahmed and Matiur Rahman said that a mob comprising Habibur Rahman, Abdul Latif, Sattar Mia and others attacked the family members of Siddiq Ali who sustained serious injuries in the Samaguri LAC on October 15. “It appears that the attack was perpetrated as a result of political vendetta, and it has led to serious law-and-order problem in the entire area of Samaguri and its adjoining areas,” they said, and added: “A panicky situation is being created among the minorities there so as to garner votes.” They, quoting allegations by the local people, said that minister Rakibul hussain has a hand in the violation of laws in the LAC. “We have moved the DGP with these issues, and we will also move the Governor as the minority people are insecure. If need be, we will move the court,” they said.

Aowal, Rahman and Ahmed said: “People who have legacy data are arrested by the police as suspected foreigners so as to put pressure on them for political mileage. The Congress government in the State failed to detect foreigners, but they are now out to frame genuine Indian citizens as foreigners for political gains. The minorities are feeling lack of any governce in Samaguri LAC.”

The three Morcha leaders said that the relations between the Congress and the AIUDF were old, and nowadays Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi and AIUDF president Badruddin Ajmal huddle together at Koi-Dhora frequently.

“Badruddin Ajmal has been playing family-centric politics. He is spreading his family’s political empire by making his kin MLAs and MPs,” the trio said, and added: “Gogoi is no different. He is working overtime to pave the political way for his scion.”

Next Story