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Concern over encroachment at Orang Park

By Correspondent

UDALGURI, June 9 � Brajen Kakoty, president of Hindu Yuva Chattra Parishad, Asom (HYCPA) addressing a general meeting of Udalguri district committee of the organisation as chief guest, said that though Assam was invaded by the Muslims for seventeen times, Assam was never defeated as Assam had patriots like Lachit Borphukan. But now, it seems that Assam he added, was to be easily yielded to Bangladeshi nationals who are making their ways easily to this land with the help of political patronage.

Expressing grave concern over the unabated encroachment at Orang National Park by suspected Bangladeshi nationals, the HYCPA president said that the case of encroachment at Orang National Park is known well to the State government but it was mysterious to see its silence over this serious issue.

Speaking on the occasion as distinguished guest, Balen Baishya, general secretary of the organisation, explained the concept of Hindu and said that the organisation is never against the Indian Muslims living peacefully with the rest of citizens and maintained that the HYCPA crusade was only against the Bangladeshi nationals who are allegedly coming in large number from Bangladesh.

To save ourselves, we must now cultivate work culture among ourselves which would force the Bangladeshis to leave this land,� the HYCPA leader observed.

Meanwhile, a new 23-member Udalguri district committee was formed with Binay Krishna Bayan and Rinku Dutta as president and secretary respectively. The general meeting was chaired by Dwijen Bayan, social worker of Udalguri town.

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Concern over encroachment at Orang Park

UDALGURI, June 9 � Brajen Kakoty, president of Hindu Yuva Chattra Parishad, Asom (HYCPA) addressing a general meeting of Udalguri district committee of the organisation as chief guest, said that though Assam was invaded by the Muslims for seventeen times, Assam was never defeated as Assam had patriots like Lachit Borphukan. But now, it seems that Assam he added, was to be easily yielded to Bangladeshi nationals who are making their ways easily to this land with the help of political patronage.

Expressing grave concern over the unabated encroachment at Orang National Park by suspected Bangladeshi nationals, the HYCPA president said that the case of encroachment at Orang National Park is known well to the State government but it was mysterious to see its silence over this serious issue.

Speaking on the occasion as distinguished guest, Balen Baishya, general secretary of the organisation, explained the concept of Hindu and said that the organisation is never against the Indian Muslims living peacefully with the rest of citizens and maintained that the HYCPA crusade was only against the Bangladeshi nationals who are allegedly coming in large number from Bangladesh.

To save ourselves, we must now cultivate work culture among ourselves which would force the Bangladeshis to leave this land,� the HYCPA leader observed.

Meanwhile, a new 23-member Udalguri district committee was formed with Binay Krishna Bayan and Rinku Dutta as president and secretary respectively. The general meeting was chaired by Dwijen Bayan, social worker of Udalguri town.