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NE student bodies� stir against aliens

By STAFF REPORTER

GUWAHATI, March 23 � Members of the student bodies affiliated to the North East Students� Organisation (NESO) will stage two-hour protest demonstrations, between 11 am and 1 pm on March 25, in front of the Raj Bhawans of the seven states of the North-eastern region in protest against the failure of the Central Government to solve the vexed aliens� issue of the region.

The other demands of these student bodies include � repeal of the Armed Forces (Special Powers Act, solution to the academic problems of the students of the region and according special constitutional status to the NE region including recognition to the rights of its indigenous peoples over the land and resources of the region.

The NESO said in a statement here today that it is not in a mood to accept the idea of turning the NE region into a grazing ground for the Bangla nationals. The illegal Bangla migrants and fundamental forces must be driven out of the region and the region should be accorded special constitutional status.

The All Assam Students� Union (AASU), which is affiliated to the NESO, will hold the protest programme on March 25 in front of the Raj Bhawan here in support of its demands for updating the National Register of Citizens before the ensuing Lok Sabha elections, implementation of the Assam Accord within a specific time frame, sealing of the Indo-Bangla border and providing constitutional safeguards to the indigenous people of the State.

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NE student bodies� stir against aliens

GUWAHATI, March 23 � Members of the student bodies affiliated to the North East Students� Organisation (NESO) will stage two-hour protest demonstrations, between 11 am and 1 pm on March 25, in front of the Raj Bhawans of the seven states of the North-eastern region in protest against the failure of the Central Government to solve the vexed aliens� issue of the region.

The other demands of these student bodies include � repeal of the Armed Forces (Special Powers Act, solution to the academic problems of the students of the region and according special constitutional status to the NE region including recognition to the rights of its indigenous peoples over the land and resources of the region.

The NESO said in a statement here today that it is not in a mood to accept the idea of turning the NE region into a grazing ground for the Bangla nationals. The illegal Bangla migrants and fundamental forces must be driven out of the region and the region should be accorded special constitutional status.

The All Assam Students� Union (AASU), which is affiliated to the NESO, will hold the protest programme on March 25 in front of the Raj Bhawan here in support of its demands for updating the National Register of Citizens before the ensuing Lok Sabha elections, implementation of the Assam Accord within a specific time frame, sealing of the Indo-Bangla border and providing constitutional safeguards to the indigenous people of the State.

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