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NE Students vow to stop influx

he north eastern students vow to stop illegal infiltration from across the border in the region.

They will care not even an iota to go to any extent to check it.

This is more or less of what the speakers at the North East Students’ Organisation meeting said in Itanagar on Saturday.

Addressing the session, the chairman of the region’s students body came down heavily on the Centre and the Assam government saying both the governments have been downplaying the serious issue.

Our agitation will continue so far as the problem confronts, said Dr Bhattacharjee.

NESO advisor A Shirmey apprehended said if the influx further goes unabated the indigenous citizens will become beggars in the own country.”

NESO secretary-general, Gumjum Hyder said that despite being driven, the Bangladeshis are making reentry in Arunachal Pradesh recently.

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