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BONGAIGAON, July 5 - Bengali United Forum of Assam (BUFA), an umbrella organization of 14 Bengali organisations, staged a three-hour sit-in demonstration demanding protection for the Bengali community and to stop harassment of its people in the name of doubtful voters or Bangladeshi nationals.

Forum�s Chief Co-ordinator Mahananda Dutta Sarkar said that since 2009 after the opening of detention camps in the state by the then congress government, Hindu Bengali people have been staying in the camps.

He also sought intervention of the Sonowal government against those divisive forces which are trying to harass the Hindu Bengali.

Sarkar also said that his Forum has demanded to close the detention camps and stop the serving of notices to the Bengali people, who are genuine citizens of the country.

The Forum submitted a memorandum to the Chief Minister through the Deputy Commissioner after the demonstration today.

The organisation also appeal to the State government to provide security to the Bengali Hindus leaving in various parts of the State.

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BUFA stages protest

BONGAIGAON, July 5 - Bengali United Forum of Assam (BUFA), an umbrella organization of 14 Bengali organisations, staged a three-hour sit-in demonstration demanding protection for the Bengali community and to stop harassment of its people in the name of doubtful voters or Bangladeshi nationals.

Forum�s Chief Co-ordinator Mahananda Dutta Sarkar said that since 2009 after the opening of detention camps in the state by the then congress government, Hindu Bengali people have been staying in the camps.

He also sought intervention of the Sonowal government against those divisive forces which are trying to harass the Hindu Bengali.

Sarkar also said that his Forum has demanded to close the detention camps and stop the serving of notices to the Bengali people, who are genuine citizens of the country.

The Forum submitted a memorandum to the Chief Minister through the Deputy Commissioner after the demonstration today.

The organisation also appeal to the State government to provide security to the Bengali Hindus leaving in various parts of the State.