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Martys’ Day an insult!

The Assam Jatiyatabadi Yuba Chatra Parishad has raised serious doubts over the government's real intention to observe the Assam Martyrs’ Day amid an escalating protest against the move to amend the citizenship bill.

In a press statement issued in Guwahati on Friday, AJYCP president Biraj Kumar Talukdar said that the Day would be more an insult to the 855 people who made supreme sacrifice to make Assam free of the Bangladeshi immigrants. “They sacrificed for a greater and noble cause and not for cash to their family members. But observing the  Day to honour the martyrs even after stepped up efforts to toll out red carpet for the Hindu Bangladeshi immigrants itself is disgusting,” said Talukdar.

Talukdar observed that only the implementation of the Assam Accord,1985 would be the real honour to the martyrs. “Distributing cash to the family members and downplaying the noble cause would only belittle their sacrifice. The real intention is nothing but to woo the martyrs’ family members at a time when Delhi and Dispur jointly have been leaving no stone unturned to pave the way for more and more Hindu Bangladeshis to settle in the state to safeguard their political interest with a huge vote bank,” observed the AJYCP president.

He asked the government not to remember the Assam Agitation martyrs downplaying the noble cause that encouraged them to sacrifice their lives. He further urges the people to beware of the state conspiracy to turn Assam into yet another safe abode of the Hindu Bangladeshi immigrants.   

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