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AASU rally at Mangaldai

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MANGALDAI, Oct 24 � Thousands of students and youths under the banner of All Darrang District Students' Union came out on the streets here on Tuesday in support of their various demands including the curbing of threats from Islamic fundamentalist organisations like Al-Qaeda, Huji, etc.

Khanindra Rajbongshi, president of the Inter Mangaldai Students� Union, the most active unit under the district AASU, said that they all assembled at their local office and participated in a rally which wended through the main streets and the NH-15 surrounding the township while displaying banners, placards and shouting slogans against terror networks and illegal infiltration before ending at the Darrang Deputy Commissioner�s office entrance.

Later, a memorandum signed by Sarat Deka and Uddhab Deka, president and secretary respectively of AASU Darrang district unit, with a four-point charter of demands, including action against Islamic fundamentalist groups, sealing of the India-Bangladesh international border, effective implementation of the Assam Accord and immediate steps for the update of the National Register of Citizens, was submitted to the Prime Minister through the Deputy Commissioner, Darrang.

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AASU rally at Mangaldai

MANGALDAI, Oct 24 � Thousands of students and youths under the banner of All Darrang District Students' Union came out on the streets here on Tuesday in support of their various demands including the curbing of threats from Islamic fundamentalist organisations like Al-Qaeda, Huji, etc.

Khanindra Rajbongshi, president of the Inter Mangaldai Students� Union, the most active unit under the district AASU, said that they all assembled at their local office and participated in a rally which wended through the main streets and the NH-15 surrounding the township while displaying banners, placards and shouting slogans against terror networks and illegal infiltration before ending at the Darrang Deputy Commissioner�s office entrance.

Later, a memorandum signed by Sarat Deka and Uddhab Deka, president and secretary respectively of AASU Darrang district unit, with a four-point charter of demands, including action against Islamic fundamentalist groups, sealing of the India-Bangladesh international border, effective implementation of the Assam Accord and immediate steps for the update of the National Register of Citizens, was submitted to the Prime Minister through the Deputy Commissioner, Darrang.