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BONGAIGAON, July 24 - Sudden division of All Assam Minority Students� Union (AAMSU) into two factions has created reactions among the Muslim population in Bongaigaon and Chirang districts.

Azizur Rahman, adviser of the union, had called a meeting on Monday in Guwahati and formed a 51-member new committee of the union. Rahman became the union�s president taking Azizul Haque and Ainuddin Ahmed as general secretaries.

�All the 33 district committees of the union had supported me and helped me to form the new body as per our constitution in the meeting,� Azizur claimed.

But union�s existing president Rezaul Karim Sarkar said that without inviting him to the meeting, Azizur had formed a new committee which is breach of union�s constitution. Hence, Rezaul had expelled Azizur and his company from the union following the

meeting. �Our existing committee is a legal committee which was formed in Kharupetia on April 2 this year with the support of all the district committees,� Rezaul said.

Azizur, however, said that as Rezaul is incapable of handling the situation which will arise after the publication of the final draft of NRC on July 30, this new committee under his leadership has been formed. Meanwhile, Rezaul sees a deep political conspiracy to weaken the union before the publication of the NRC final draft. Rural Muslim people in both the districts have the same suspicion. Rezaul has blamed the ruling BJP government for splitting the union.

But Rezaul is quite confident to lead his faction and has called upon the Muslim people not to feel insecure.

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AAMSU splits into two factions

BONGAIGAON, July 24 - Sudden division of All Assam Minority Students� Union (AAMSU) into two factions has created reactions among the Muslim population in Bongaigaon and Chirang districts.

Azizur Rahman, adviser of the union, had called a meeting on Monday in Guwahati and formed a 51-member new committee of the union. Rahman became the union�s president taking Azizul Haque and Ainuddin Ahmed as general secretaries.

�All the 33 district committees of the union had supported me and helped me to form the new body as per our constitution in the meeting,� Azizur claimed.

But union�s existing president Rezaul Karim Sarkar said that without inviting him to the meeting, Azizur had formed a new committee which is breach of union�s constitution. Hence, Rezaul had expelled Azizur and his company from the union following the

meeting. �Our existing committee is a legal committee which was formed in Kharupetia on April 2 this year with the support of all the district committees,� Rezaul said.

Azizur, however, said that as Rezaul is incapable of handling the situation which will arise after the publication of the final draft of NRC on July 30, this new committee under his leadership has been formed. Meanwhile, Rezaul sees a deep political conspiracy to weaken the union before the publication of the NRC final draft. Rural Muslim people in both the districts have the same suspicion. Rezaul has blamed the ruling BJP government for splitting the union.

But Rezaul is quite confident to lead his faction and has called upon the Muslim people not to feel insecure.

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