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Memo to CM seeks security of Hindi-speaking people

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GUWAHATI, May 31 - Urging Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal to fulfil his pre-poll promise and take concrete measures to ensure safety and security of the Hindi-speaking people of Assam, a delegation of the Sarv Hindustani Yuva Parishad (SHYP) met him recently and placed their demands, including rehabilitation of the terror attack victims in the State.

A report, containing details of periodically targeting Hindi-speaking people was enclosed from 2000 to 2016 by incorporating the list of killed person and injured in terrorist attacks. SHYP demanded additional financial assistance as compensation and government jobs to family members of the victims on compassionate grounds.

�The Hindi-speaking people have been residing in Assam for decades and they play an important role in the overall development of Assam as other communities do. There are more than 45 lakh Hindi- speaking people in Assam,� the memorandum stated.

Condemning the recent terror attack on Hindi-speaking people in Tinsukia district, the Parishad stated that the grenade attack on May 4 where Joginder Singh and his minor daughter Rinki Singh were injured, created a fear psychosis and also projected a poor impression about the overall law-and-order situation in the State.

The Parishad also appealed for increasing the number of police stations in Pengeri, Philobari and other remote areas of Tinsukia district in view of spurt in activities of the militant outfits and regular police patrolling in vulnerable areas of the district, the memorandum said.

It also urged the Chief Minister to fulfil his pre-poll promise regarding de-reserving of Kheroni PGR under Hawaipur mouza in West Karbi Anglong district.

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Memo to CM seeks security of Hindi-speaking people

GUWAHATI, May 31 - Urging Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal to fulfil his pre-poll promise and take concrete measures to ensure safety and security of the Hindi-speaking people of Assam, a delegation of the Sarv Hindustani Yuva Parishad (SHYP) met him recently and placed their demands, including rehabilitation of the terror attack victims in the State.

A report, containing details of periodically targeting Hindi-speaking people was enclosed from 2000 to 2016 by incorporating the list of killed person and injured in terrorist attacks. SHYP demanded additional financial assistance as compensation and government jobs to family members of the victims on compassionate grounds.

�The Hindi-speaking people have been residing in Assam for decades and they play an important role in the overall development of Assam as other communities do. There are more than 45 lakh Hindi- speaking people in Assam,� the memorandum stated.

Condemning the recent terror attack on Hindi-speaking people in Tinsukia district, the Parishad stated that the grenade attack on May 4 where Joginder Singh and his minor daughter Rinki Singh were injured, created a fear psychosis and also projected a poor impression about the overall law-and-order situation in the State.

The Parishad also appealed for increasing the number of police stations in Pengeri, Philobari and other remote areas of Tinsukia district in view of spurt in activities of the militant outfits and regular police patrolling in vulnerable areas of the district, the memorandum said.

It also urged the Chief Minister to fulfil his pre-poll promise regarding de-reserving of Kheroni PGR under Hawaipur mouza in West Karbi Anglong district.

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