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Ahom bodies to sue teacher over �biased� book

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JORHAT, Sept 4 � The Jorhat district committee of All Tai Ahom Students� Union on Saturday organised a public meeting at the precincts of Joya Bhawan here in which members of various Ahom organisations resolved to fight against the anti-social forces trying to cause enmity among various communities, thereby destroying national integrity.

The recently published book of Bijoy Krishna Pachani titled Interpretation of Fact and Fiction in the History of Medieval Assam was unanimously condemned by the people present in the meeting for the alleged conspiracy to disintegrate the nation.

According to the first resolution of the meeting, the State Government as well as the authority concerned have been requested to take legal action against the writer of the book. Secondly, it was resolved that a letter would be sent to the State Education Minister and the Education department to dismiss the college teacher from his job. As he has shown bias attitude towards the Ahom community, it is not safe to let him teach history in a college.

There was also a resolution to form a committee, including the presidents and secretaries of all Ahom organisations which will initiate legal procedures against the writer of the book. It will file a case against the writer. The meeting also demanded a halt to the sale of the book. It requested the vice chancellor of the Dibrugarh University to reconsider the Ph D degree received by Pachani from the university.

It was also resolved to send a letter to the principal of DCB Girls� College, Jorhat not to permit Pachani to teach history in the classes till the case remains sub judice.

The meeting was presided over by Kumud Gogoi, president of ATASU, Jorhat district committee. The office-bearers of Purbanchal Tai Sahitya Sabha, Tai Sab, Ahom Sabha, Joya Romoni Chara, Chaodang Jatiya Parishad and several other Ahom organisations were present in the meeting.

Amit Chetia, publicity secretary of Sadou Asam Ahom Sabha, was the chief guest in Saturday�s meeting.

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Ahom bodies to sue teacher over �biased� book

JORHAT, Sept 4 � The Jorhat district committee of All Tai Ahom Students� Union on Saturday organised a public meeting at the precincts of Joya Bhawan here in which members of various Ahom organisations resolved to fight against the anti-social forces trying to cause enmity among various communities, thereby destroying national integrity.

The recently published book of Bijoy Krishna Pachani titled Interpretation of Fact and Fiction in the History of Medieval Assam was unanimously condemned by the people present in the meeting for the alleged conspiracy to disintegrate the nation.

According to the first resolution of the meeting, the State Government as well as the authority concerned have been requested to take legal action against the writer of the book. Secondly, it was resolved that a letter would be sent to the State Education Minister and the Education department to dismiss the college teacher from his job. As he has shown bias attitude towards the Ahom community, it is not safe to let him teach history in a college.

There was also a resolution to form a committee, including the presidents and secretaries of all Ahom organisations which will initiate legal procedures against the writer of the book. It will file a case against the writer. The meeting also demanded a halt to the sale of the book. It requested the vice chancellor of the Dibrugarh University to reconsider the Ph D degree received by Pachani from the university.

It was also resolved to send a letter to the principal of DCB Girls� College, Jorhat not to permit Pachani to teach history in the classes till the case remains sub judice.

The meeting was presided over by Kumud Gogoi, president of ATASU, Jorhat district committee. The office-bearers of Purbanchal Tai Sahitya Sabha, Tai Sab, Ahom Sabha, Joya Romoni Chara, Chaodang Jatiya Parishad and several other Ahom organisations were present in the meeting.

Amit Chetia, publicity secretary of Sadou Asam Ahom Sabha, was the chief guest in Saturday�s meeting.