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AMSU condemns BTAD violence

Kokrajhar: A delegation team of All Assam Minority Students Union (AAMSU)  led by its secretary Rejaul Karim Sarkar visited Safiur Rahman at RNB Civil Hospital a day after he sustained burn injury during BTAD bandh.

After the visit, Safiur Rahman was referred to Guwahati Medical Hospital for better treatment. 
The
AAMSU delegation condemned the violence during the bandh which created resentment among the citizens and Rejaul alleged that there is no adequate facility at the hospital.

Meanwhile, a team of minority cell of BPF party led by its secretary Sultan Alom visited at Kokrajhar RNB civil hospital in Kokrajhar to take stock about burnt injury Safiur Rahman.
The BPF party has extended financial support to the injury Safiur and wished an early recovery of injury Safiur.

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