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GUWAHATI, March 10 - President of Guwahati Senior Citizens� Association (GSCA) and senior journalist DN Chakravartty has strongly condemned the �denigration inflicted on the Assamese people� by a columnist in the weekly India Today in its recent publication that said that 86 per cent of the employees in offices in Assam enjoy sex at work.

Chakravartty termed the study �extremely superficial and devoid of any semblance of reality� and said that the journalist hailing from Assam succeeded only in bringing disrepute to the culturally and morally rich people of Assam.

Chakravartty also pleaded for reservation of seven Assembly seats and one seat in Parliament for the Assamese-speaking Muslims of the State.

He urged the State government to make a proper study of the socio-economic conditions of the Assamese Muslims in order to lift the community from backwardness and political isolation.

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India Today columnist criticised

GUWAHATI, March 10 - President of Guwahati Senior Citizens� Association (GSCA) and senior journalist DN Chakravartty has strongly condemned the �denigration inflicted on the Assamese people� by a columnist in the weekly India Today in its recent publication that said that 86 per cent of the employees in offices in Assam enjoy sex at work.

Chakravartty termed the study �extremely superficial and devoid of any semblance of reality� and said that the journalist hailing from Assam succeeded only in bringing disrepute to the culturally and morally rich people of Assam.

Chakravartty also pleaded for reservation of seven Assembly seats and one seat in Parliament for the Assamese-speaking Muslims of the State.

He urged the State government to make a proper study of the socio-economic conditions of the Assamese Muslims in order to lift the community from backwardness and political isolation.