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Opp misleading people: Kalita

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, Sept 13 � Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) president Bhubaneswar Kalita today alleged that the opposition political parties have been trying to mislead the people on the issue of the land swap deal signed by India and Bangladesh.

He has made an appeal to the opposition political parties to evaluate all the aspects concerning the land swap deal, said an APCC press release.

The opposition political parties have been maintaining a mum over the pact signed between India and Bangladesh on communication, trade and commerce etc issues. The Congress is never compromising on the issues connected with the sovereignty of the country.

Addressing the Congress members, the APCC president also made an appeal to his party colleagues to explain the aspects of the land exchange pact to the people.

Press adviser to the Chief Minister and chairman of the APCC media department, Pankaj Bora maintained that the pact on land transfer is yet to be complete as the Parliaments of both the countries are to endorse it. The pact is connected with the interest of both India and Bangladesh and some Indian states in particular.

On the issue of 193 acre land of Boraibari and Thakuriabari area, Bora said that the area is a disputed one . This area was not under Indian occupation since Independence. The residents of this area identify themselves as citizens of Bangladesh. The population of the area is only 2,000. This 193 acre land will go to Bangladesh.

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Opp misleading people: Kalita

GUWAHATI, Sept 13 � Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) president Bhubaneswar Kalita today alleged that the opposition political parties have been trying to mislead the people on the issue of the land swap deal signed by India and Bangladesh.

He has made an appeal to the opposition political parties to evaluate all the aspects concerning the land swap deal, said an APCC press release.

The opposition political parties have been maintaining a mum over the pact signed between India and Bangladesh on communication, trade and commerce etc issues. The Congress is never compromising on the issues connected with the sovereignty of the country.

Addressing the Congress members, the APCC president also made an appeal to his party colleagues to explain the aspects of the land exchange pact to the people.

Press adviser to the Chief Minister and chairman of the APCC media department, Pankaj Bora maintained that the pact on land transfer is yet to be complete as the Parliaments of both the countries are to endorse it. The pact is connected with the interest of both India and Bangladesh and some Indian states in particular.

On the issue of 193 acre land of Boraibari and Thakuriabari area, Bora said that the area is a disputed one . This area was not under Indian occupation since Independence. The residents of this area identify themselves as citizens of Bangladesh. The population of the area is only 2,000. This 193 acre land will go to Bangladesh.