DIBRUGARH, Aug 14 � Hundreds of students led by district unit of the All Assam Students� Union (AASU) today took out a protest march against patronage and protection of Bangladeshi nationals in the garb of rehabilitating the riot victims in Bodoland Territorial Autonomous Districts.
AASU has alleged that the State Government was trying to rehabilitate thousands of illegal immigrants in the riot-hit districts of Kokrajhar, Chirang, Bongaigaon and Dhubri.
The AASU unit took out the protest march from near DHSK Kanoi College to the office of the district AASU office at Chowkidinghee via Thana Chariali intersection. The procession was also part of the statewide protest against failure of the State Government to implement the Assam Accord even after 27 years.
Our Tinsukia Correspondent adds: As part of AASU�s protest programmes against non-implementation of the Assam Accord even after 27years and extension of rehabilitation package for illegal migrants from Bangladesh in the name of rehabilitation of the victims of the recent riots in the BTAD areas, the Tinsukia District Students� Union took out a rally here today carrying placards and shouting slogans.
The rally that started from the AASU unit�s office at Tinsukia College and proceeded along the main thoroughfares of the town, saw participation by the office-bearers of the district committee led by Pulak Chetia, publicity secretary, central committee AASU.
Our Sivasagar Correspondent adds: The Sivasagar district unit of AASU held a protest rally today demanding implementation of the Assam Accord.
A large number of of AASU�s Sivasagar unit members, led by its organisational secretary Sarat Hazarika, took part in the protest rally demanding implementation of the Assam Accord.
Our Nalbari Correspondent adds: Hundreds of activists of Nalbari district unit of AASU today took out a protest rally in Nalbari town demanding implementation of the Assam Accord.
The protestors took out the march from the district AASU office and paraded through the main thoroughfares of Nalbari town shouting slogans demanding implemention of the Assam Accord, NRC update, deportation of illegal Bangladeshis, sealing of Bangladesh border etc. They also demanded of the government not to allot rehabilitation package to Bangladeshi citizens in the violence-hit districts.