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Govt silence on ULFA leader�s comments flayed

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SILCHAR, July 8 - Reacting strongly against the silence of the BJP-led State Government against the allegedly inflammatory and aggressive comments passed by the pro-talk former ULFA leader Jiten Dutta on holding meetings in Barak Valley, the All Cachar Karimganj Hailakandi Students� Association (ACKHSA) has said that the stance of the Government is strange and suspicious at this crucial juncture.

�Barak Valley has always remained an �island of peace� where people of different language, caste, creed and religion have lived in cohesion. The statements passed by the pro-talk ULFA leaders are highly instigating and likely to cast a negative impact on the social milieu.�

�The Government should have acted proactively against the said leaders for making such comments,� said Rupam Nandi Purakayastha, adviser to the students� body.

Nandi Purakayastha went on to add that ACKHSA supports the process of NRC and wants an error-free list in the interest of the people of the State.

However, it condemns the way hatred is being spread among people across the two valleys.

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Govt silence on ULFA leader�s comments flayed

SILCHAR, July 8 - Reacting strongly against the silence of the BJP-led State Government against the allegedly inflammatory and aggressive comments passed by the pro-talk former ULFA leader Jiten Dutta on holding meetings in Barak Valley, the All Cachar Karimganj Hailakandi Students� Association (ACKHSA) has said that the stance of the Government is strange and suspicious at this crucial juncture.

�Barak Valley has always remained an �island of peace� where people of different language, caste, creed and religion have lived in cohesion. The statements passed by the pro-talk ULFA leaders are highly instigating and likely to cast a negative impact on the social milieu.�

�The Government should have acted proactively against the said leaders for making such comments,� said Rupam Nandi Purakayastha, adviser to the students� body.

Nandi Purakayastha went on to add that ACKHSA supports the process of NRC and wants an error-free list in the interest of the people of the State.

However, it condemns the way hatred is being spread among people across the two valleys.