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9 political parties oppose Centre�s move

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GUWAHATI, Sept 16 - Nine Opposition political parties of the State today strongly opposed the Centre�s decision to provide shelter to the foreigners who entered India up to December 31 , 2014 due to religious persecution in their own countries and decided to bring out a procession to the Raj Bhawan on September 19 in protest this move.

A meeting comprisingAGP, AIUDF, CPI, Ganamukti Sangram Assam, CPI(ML), NCP, Liberal Democratic Party and Samajwadi Party, held under the auspices of the AGP today, demanded that the Assam Accord should be the basis for detection and deportation of foreigners from Assam. If the Centre�s recent decision is implemented, Assam would have to face additional burden of lakhs of foreign nationals.

The AGP today sent memorandum to the President opposing the Centre�s move, alleging that the BJP and Congress are engaged in a competition to protect the interest of foreigners.

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9 political parties oppose Centre�s move

GUWAHATI, Sept 16 - Nine Opposition political parties of the State today strongly opposed the Centre�s decision to provide shelter to the foreigners who entered India up to December 31 , 2014 due to religious persecution in their own countries and decided to bring out a procession to the Raj Bhawan on September 19 in protest this move.

A meeting comprisingAGP, AIUDF, CPI, Ganamukti Sangram Assam, CPI(ML), NCP, Liberal Democratic Party and Samajwadi Party, held under the auspices of the AGP today, demanded that the Assam Accord should be the basis for detection and deportation of foreigners from Assam. If the Centre�s recent decision is implemented, Assam would have to face additional burden of lakhs of foreign nationals.

The AGP today sent memorandum to the President opposing the Centre�s move, alleging that the BJP and Congress are engaged in a competition to protect the interest of foreigners.

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