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AUDF leader flays Rockybul�s accusation

By Correspondent

KALGACHIA, July 26 � �The evil politics by different parties about the agitation of the AAMSU at Barpeta on July 21 in demand of preparation of a correct NRC is quite deplorable. I challenge the irresponsible remarks made by Forest Minister Rockybul Hussain accusing the AUDF and me of being introduced in the Barpeta incident. In this regard, I want to say that showing moral support to each minority and suppressed people through democratic demonstrations is desirable. AAMSU is the backbone of the minority people. Minority people from different parties like Congress, AUDF, AGP, etc., took part in the agitation for the sake of their moral responsibilities and not at the instigation from any quarters. As an ex-president of AAMSU and as a guardian, I have cooperated with the organisation and by participating in the procession of July 21, I performed my pious duty.�

This was stated by AUDF�s general secretary Abdus Samad Ahmed in a press meet held at Ruposi on Friday. Expressing sorrow over the killing of four innocent people, the AUDF leader said that being an eyewitness, he observed that the district administration was completely responsible for the unexpected incident. Without giving any warning and without using teargas, the police fired at the innocent mob. He demanded a judicial investigation into the inhuman act and adequate compensation for the victims.

Asking AASU advisor Samujjal Bhattacharjya to stop his conspiratory and extreme regionalist statements he dared him to come to Barpeta and prove where the Bangaldeshis attacked the indigenous people. A correct NRC should be prepared on the basis of the 1971 voters list, excluding all foreigners and including all Indian citizens, Ahmed maintained. He appealed to all sections of people in the State to maintain peace and harmony.

The press meet was attended by Liyakat Ali Khan, executive member, AUDF, Mazibur Rahman Khan, Barpeta district president of the party Hafiz Rafiqul Islam, general secretary, State Yuva Morch, Khandakar Zakir Hussain, State secretary, Aminul Islam, Ruposi AP chairman and Shajida Khatun, secretary, Mahila Morcha.

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AUDF leader flays Rockybul�s accusation

KALGACHIA, July 26 � �The evil politics by different parties about the agitation of the AAMSU at Barpeta on July 21 in demand of preparation of a correct NRC is quite deplorable. I challenge the irresponsible remarks made by Forest Minister Rockybul Hussain accusing the AUDF and me of being introduced in the Barpeta incident. In this regard, I want to say that showing moral support to each minority and suppressed people through democratic demonstrations is desirable. AAMSU is the backbone of the minority people. Minority people from different parties like Congress, AUDF, AGP, etc., took part in the agitation for the sake of their moral responsibilities and not at the instigation from any quarters. As an ex-president of AAMSU and as a guardian, I have cooperated with the organisation and by participating in the procession of July 21, I performed my pious duty.�

This was stated by AUDF�s general secretary Abdus Samad Ahmed in a press meet held at Ruposi on Friday. Expressing sorrow over the killing of four innocent people, the AUDF leader said that being an eyewitness, he observed that the district administration was completely responsible for the unexpected incident. Without giving any warning and without using teargas, the police fired at the innocent mob. He demanded a judicial investigation into the inhuman act and adequate compensation for the victims.

Asking AASU advisor Samujjal Bhattacharjya to stop his conspiratory and extreme regionalist statements he dared him to come to Barpeta and prove where the Bangaldeshis attacked the indigenous people. A correct NRC should be prepared on the basis of the 1971 voters list, excluding all foreigners and including all Indian citizens, Ahmed maintained. He appealed to all sections of people in the State to maintain peace and harmony.

The press meet was attended by Liyakat Ali Khan, executive member, AUDF, Mazibur Rahman Khan, Barpeta district president of the party Hafiz Rafiqul Islam, general secretary, State Yuva Morch, Khandakar Zakir Hussain, State secretary, Aminul Islam, Ruposi AP chairman and Shajida Khatun, secretary, Mahila Morcha.