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Minority student groups finalise stir against BTC�s �secret agenda�

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BONGAIGAON, March 6 - The All Minority Students� Union (AAMSU) and the All BTC Minority Students� Union (ABMSU) had a joint meeting on Monday in which they finalised their agitation against the BTC administration for adopting a �secret agenda� of curtailing the land rights of the non-tribals residing in BTC area. The stir will include a demonstration in front of the BTC Secretariat on March 19.

�Political interest was noticed behind all the past and present conflicts in the BTC and hence under no political influence, the minority student groups have decided to support the land rights of all religious and linguistic minority communities living in the BTC�, said AAMSU president Azizur Rahman at a news meet after their meeting.

Rahman also demanded that the union and state governmnet to ensure the protection of non-tribals� land rights in BTC even by reviewing the BTC accord if necessary.

The ABMSU president Shahkamal Khandakar has called upon Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal to reflect their slogans of �right to equality� and �equal development�, on the non-tribals of BTC.

�We would not let the political parties to spark discord among the communities living in BTC by creating mutual mistrust using the Council�, warned AAMSU general secretary Rezaul Karim Sarkar.

Azuzur Rahman also criticized Kokrajhar MP Naba (Hira) Sarania for his failure to place the voice of non-tribals, residing in BTC area, in and outside the parliament and keep the aspiration of his voters.

The student group duo will stage demonstration in front of BTC Secretariat in Kokrajhar demanding land rights for the non-tribals in BTC area on March 19 before submitting memorandum to BTC chief Hagrama Mahilary, Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal and Prime Minister Narendra Modi the same day, Rahman said.

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Minority student groups finalise stir against BTC�s �secret agenda�

BONGAIGAON, March 6 - The All Minority Students� Union (AAMSU) and the All BTC Minority Students� Union (ABMSU) had a joint meeting on Monday in which they finalised their agitation against the BTC administration for adopting a �secret agenda� of curtailing the land rights of the non-tribals residing in BTC area. The stir will include a demonstration in front of the BTC Secretariat on March 19.

�Political interest was noticed behind all the past and present conflicts in the BTC and hence under no political influence, the minority student groups have decided to support the land rights of all religious and linguistic minority communities living in the BTC�, said AAMSU president Azizur Rahman at a news meet after their meeting.

Rahman also demanded that the union and state governmnet to ensure the protection of non-tribals� land rights in BTC even by reviewing the BTC accord if necessary.

The ABMSU president Shahkamal Khandakar has called upon Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal to reflect their slogans of �right to equality� and �equal development�, on the non-tribals of BTC.

�We would not let the political parties to spark discord among the communities living in BTC by creating mutual mistrust using the Council�, warned AAMSU general secretary Rezaul Karim Sarkar.

Azuzur Rahman also criticized Kokrajhar MP Naba (Hira) Sarania for his failure to place the voice of non-tribals, residing in BTC area, in and outside the parliament and keep the aspiration of his voters.

The student group duo will stage demonstration in front of BTC Secretariat in Kokrajhar demanding land rights for the non-tribals in BTC area on March 19 before submitting memorandum to BTC chief Hagrama Mahilary, Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal and Prime Minister Narendra Modi the same day, Rahman said.