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MNC flays Silapathar incident

By The Assam Tribune
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GUWAHATI, March 17 -The Manipuri National Council (MNC) has condemned the Silapathar incident of vandalising of the AASU office and sacred martyr�s memorial on March 6 last during a mass rally organised by Nikhil Bharat Bengali Udbastu Samannay Samiti, a press release stated.

Living as an insperable part of greater Assamese society since the 18th century, the Manipuri people of Assam cannot tolerate such an act of spreading of hatred among the peace loving different communities of the land of Aazaan Fakir and Bhupen Hazarika, it said.

The Manipuri National Council (MNC) has demanded the arrest of Subodh Biswas the main accused of the incident in which column made in memory of those who died during the students� agitation was damaged and the portraits of the State�s cultural icons Bhupen Hazarika and Jyoti Prasad Agarwala was also damaged. The MNC also expresses solidarity with the people of Assam working for safeguarding the peace and harmony among the different communities and struggling for the protection of indigenous people of this land.

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MNC flays Silapathar incident

GUWAHATI, March 17 -The Manipuri National Council (MNC) has condemned the Silapathar incident of vandalising of the AASU office and sacred martyr�s memorial on March 6 last during a mass rally organised by Nikhil Bharat Bengali Udbastu Samannay Samiti, a press release stated.

Living as an insperable part of greater Assamese society since the 18th century, the Manipuri people of Assam cannot tolerate such an act of spreading of hatred among the peace loving different communities of the land of Aazaan Fakir and Bhupen Hazarika, it said.

The Manipuri National Council (MNC) has demanded the arrest of Subodh Biswas the main accused of the incident in which column made in memory of those who died during the students� agitation was damaged and the portraits of the State�s cultural icons Bhupen Hazarika and Jyoti Prasad Agarwala was also damaged. The MNC also expresses solidarity with the people of Assam working for safeguarding the peace and harmony among the different communities and struggling for the protection of indigenous people of this land.