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APYC-NSUI rally in Guwahati streets

Hundreds of Assam Youth Congress and National Students Union of India activists hit the streets in Guwahati on Monday demanding immediate deportation of Bangladeshi immigrants. The protesters said that they wont rest until and unless the immigrants are flushed out. They further alleged that BJP was trying to divide the people in the name of religion and ethnicity. APYC president Piyush Hazarika said that BJP and BJYM were trying to extract political mileage from the immigrants issue.

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Very strange. Is it necessary to hold rally and protest against illegal bangladeshis where their own party is ruling the state. What BJP and other org are doing on driving out bangladeshis same thing the youth congress,NSUI did so what is the difference to hold protest. And most important being from ruling party,it was more important to look upon flood situation then holding protest that too in busy GS road making guwahatians life hell.

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