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DIBRUGARH, March 7 - Former All Assam Students� Union (AASU) leader and at present the president of AGP (Anchalikatabadi Mancha), Sunil Rajkonwar has vehemently condemned the attack on the office of the AASU and damage of the swahid bedi at Silapathar by members of Nikhil Bharat Bangali Udbastu Samanway Samitee (NIBBUSS) yesterday evening.

Addressing newsmen here today, Rajkonwar said that the incident which came as a shocker to the greater Assamese community in the State, has also brought shame on the ruling State government for its failure to thwart such an attack. �The illegal foreigners attacking and desecrating swahid bedi has really hurt us. This has not happened instantly. It also cannot be an accident because government agencies had information about such an attack. This appears to be orchestrated. There are some vested interest individuals and organisations who are seeking to settle the foreigners in the State on basis of Hindu religion and in violation of the Assam Accord. This is also a result of the continuous provocative campaign by some BJP leaders of the State in favour of the Hindu Bangladeshis,� said Rajkonwar, a former organising secretary of the AASU.

Rajkonwar, who broke away from the AGP to float his AGP (AM) during the last Assembly polls, was also critical about the role of the leaders who grabbed political powers through regional politics. �Our leaders who once advocated and campaigned for regionalism in an organised manner have become �Yes Boss� men to the �High Commands� today. They are at the mercy of the Centre. Even our Chief Minister, who was instrumental in getting the controversial IM(DT) Act repealed so as to facilitate easy identification and deportation of illegal Bangladeshis, is not clear on the issue of Hindu Bangladeshis. His silence on the issue speaks volumes about his commitment for the cause of the Assamese people,� said Rajkonwar.

The leaders of AGP (AM) led by Rajkonwar have demanded a thorough investigation into yesterday�s attack and further urged upon the authorities not to let anyone go unpunished.

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Attack on AASU office condemned

DIBRUGARH, March 7 - Former All Assam Students� Union (AASU) leader and at present the president of AGP (Anchalikatabadi Mancha), Sunil Rajkonwar has vehemently condemned the attack on the office of the AASU and damage of the swahid bedi at Silapathar by members of Nikhil Bharat Bangali Udbastu Samanway Samitee (NIBBUSS) yesterday evening.

Addressing newsmen here today, Rajkonwar said that the incident which came as a shocker to the greater Assamese community in the State, has also brought shame on the ruling State government for its failure to thwart such an attack. �The illegal foreigners attacking and desecrating swahid bedi has really hurt us. This has not happened instantly. It also cannot be an accident because government agencies had information about such an attack. This appears to be orchestrated. There are some vested interest individuals and organisations who are seeking to settle the foreigners in the State on basis of Hindu religion and in violation of the Assam Accord. This is also a result of the continuous provocative campaign by some BJP leaders of the State in favour of the Hindu Bangladeshis,� said Rajkonwar, a former organising secretary of the AASU.

Rajkonwar, who broke away from the AGP to float his AGP (AM) during the last Assembly polls, was also critical about the role of the leaders who grabbed political powers through regional politics. �Our leaders who once advocated and campaigned for regionalism in an organised manner have become �Yes Boss� men to the �High Commands� today. They are at the mercy of the Centre. Even our Chief Minister, who was instrumental in getting the controversial IM(DT) Act repealed so as to facilitate easy identification and deportation of illegal Bangladeshis, is not clear on the issue of Hindu Bangladeshis. His silence on the issue speaks volumes about his commitment for the cause of the Assamese people,� said Rajkonwar.

The leaders of AGP (AM) led by Rajkonwar have demanded a thorough investigation into yesterday�s attack and further urged upon the authorities not to let anyone go unpunished.