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AKRSU (P) pins hope on new govt

By Correspondent

BONGAIGAON, May 22 - All Koch-Rajbongshi Student�s Union (Progressive), the new name of Biswajit Ray faction of the students� group, has urged Sarbananda Sonowal, the would-be Chief Minister of the State, to revive the closed-down industries and set up institutions for higher and technical education in the district.

Also the students� group has pinned hope on the new government for speedy solution to its ST and Kamatapur demands.

Pradip Ray, president of the student group, in a press conference on Sunday told the mediapersons that earlier, the BJP-led Union Government allegedly did not get cooperation from the Congress-led State Government on the ST issue of six communities. Now the situation is different, so it is expected that the BJP Government in the State will solve the issue within next three to four months, Ray added.

The students� group will meet the new Chief Minister soon to remind him about their issues and the commitment given by his party and Prime Minister Narendra Modi ahead of last Lok Sabha polls.

On the other hand, Biswajit Ray, adviser of AKRSU (P), responding to the media, said that his defeat in recently concluded Assembly polls has benefited the indigenous communities of the seat. Because of his contest in the seat, a contender of a �particular political party� and another candidate of a �particular community� had lost the seat. Otherwise, Bijni could have become the next �Tripura� or turned into a communally sensitive spot, Ray said.

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AKRSU (P) pins hope on new govt

BONGAIGAON, May 22 - All Koch-Rajbongshi Student�s Union (Progressive), the new name of Biswajit Ray faction of the students� group, has urged Sarbananda Sonowal, the would-be Chief Minister of the State, to revive the closed-down industries and set up institutions for higher and technical education in the district.

Also the students� group has pinned hope on the new government for speedy solution to its ST and Kamatapur demands.

Pradip Ray, president of the student group, in a press conference on Sunday told the mediapersons that earlier, the BJP-led Union Government allegedly did not get cooperation from the Congress-led State Government on the ST issue of six communities. Now the situation is different, so it is expected that the BJP Government in the State will solve the issue within next three to four months, Ray added.

The students� group will meet the new Chief Minister soon to remind him about their issues and the commitment given by his party and Prime Minister Narendra Modi ahead of last Lok Sabha polls.

On the other hand, Biswajit Ray, adviser of AKRSU (P), responding to the media, said that his defeat in recently concluded Assembly polls has benefited the indigenous communities of the seat. Because of his contest in the seat, a contender of a �particular political party� and another candidate of a �particular community� had lost the seat. Otherwise, Bijni could have become the next �Tripura� or turned into a communally sensitive spot, Ray said.