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GUWAHATI, Aug 10 � The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday raised the demand for formation of a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) to make a comprehensive study on the BTAD violence.

Addressing mediapersons here, BJP MP Rajen Gohain said that a CBI inquiry into the BTAD violence will look into the issue from a particular angle only, whereas the issue demanded an all-inclusive study taking into account historical, political, economic, geographical and other aspects.

�Only a JPC study will ensure a solution to the problem,� said Gohain warning that if the issue is overlooked, the security of the country will be at stake. The senior BJP leader pointed out that the BTAD violence was the result of influx, land grabbing by the infiltrators and the government�s failure to honour the provisions of the Sixth Schedule.

Gohain said that it was the BJP that has raised the issue with force in Parliament. �The problem of influx in Assam has taken centrestage in Parliament and is a national issue now,� said Gohain demanding sealing of the Assam-Bangla border.

On the other hand, Gohain also expressed surprise that then Union Home Minister P Chidambaram had directed use of rubber and not real bullets against those trying to cross the border illegally. �This is a clear indication of the soft stand taken by the government towards the Bangladeshis. Because this government is concerned only about vote and not about the security and integrity of the country, the rate of influx has been highest in Assam in the last five years,� said Gohain, calling upon Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi to come out in support of Assam and its indigenous communities.

Gohain said that it was time Tarun Gogoi realized the Bangladeshi vote bank has been hijacked by the AIUDF. �The election results have been proving that the Bangladeshi vote bank is no more with the Congress. Tarun Gogoi should now learn from the elections and take steps to protect the indigenous communities,� he said.

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BJP for JPC probe into BTAD violence

GUWAHATI, Aug 10 � The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday raised the demand for formation of a Joint Parliamentary Committee (JPC) to make a comprehensive study on the BTAD violence.

Addressing mediapersons here, BJP MP Rajen Gohain said that a CBI inquiry into the BTAD violence will look into the issue from a particular angle only, whereas the issue demanded an all-inclusive study taking into account historical, political, economic, geographical and other aspects.

�Only a JPC study will ensure a solution to the problem,� said Gohain warning that if the issue is overlooked, the security of the country will be at stake. The senior BJP leader pointed out that the BTAD violence was the result of influx, land grabbing by the infiltrators and the government�s failure to honour the provisions of the Sixth Schedule.

Gohain said that it was the BJP that has raised the issue with force in Parliament. �The problem of influx in Assam has taken centrestage in Parliament and is a national issue now,� said Gohain demanding sealing of the Assam-Bangla border.

On the other hand, Gohain also expressed surprise that then Union Home Minister P Chidambaram had directed use of rubber and not real bullets against those trying to cross the border illegally. �This is a clear indication of the soft stand taken by the government towards the Bangladeshis. Because this government is concerned only about vote and not about the security and integrity of the country, the rate of influx has been highest in Assam in the last five years,� said Gohain, calling upon Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi to come out in support of Assam and its indigenous communities.

Gohain said that it was time Tarun Gogoi realized the Bangladeshi vote bank has been hijacked by the AIUDF. �The election results have been proving that the Bangladeshi vote bank is no more with the Congress. Tarun Gogoi should now learn from the elections and take steps to protect the indigenous communities,� he said.

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