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Opp parties protest anti-Assam policies

By Staff Reporter

GUWAHATI, March 11 � Members of nine non-Congresses, non-Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) parties of the State today staged sit-in demonstration at the Dispur Last Gate here to register their protest against the anti-Assam policies of both the Congress and the BJP.

Members of the parties, which included the AGP, CPI, CPI-M, CPI-ML, Ganashakti, NCP, Samajwadi Party, HSDC and the UPF, alleged that both the Congress and the BJP have been resorting to double standards in relation to the problems of the State. The policies of the two parties have been posing serious threats to the State.

They also alleged that the State Budget placed by the Chief Minister in the State Assembly yesterday is rather a bunch of allurements to befool the people. This Budget can lead the State to nowhere, they claimed. Senior leaders of the parties, including their presidents and general secretaries, took part in the demonstration.

In an impromptu meeting held at the venue of the demonstration, speakers belonging to all the parties urged the people to unite against the anti-Assam activities of the Congress and the BJP-led governments respectively in the State and at the Centre.

They decried the moves of the Central government to hand over State�s land to Bangladesh, to grant citizenship to illegal Bangla migrants, to construct mega dams, etc.

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Opp parties protest anti-Assam policies

GUWAHATI, March 11 � Members of nine non-Congresses, non-Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) parties of the State today staged sit-in demonstration at the Dispur Last Gate here to register their protest against the anti-Assam policies of both the Congress and the BJP.

Members of the parties, which included the AGP, CPI, CPI-M, CPI-ML, Ganashakti, NCP, Samajwadi Party, HSDC and the UPF, alleged that both the Congress and the BJP have been resorting to double standards in relation to the problems of the State. The policies of the two parties have been posing serious threats to the State.

They also alleged that the State Budget placed by the Chief Minister in the State Assembly yesterday is rather a bunch of allurements to befool the people. This Budget can lead the State to nowhere, they claimed. Senior leaders of the parties, including their presidents and general secretaries, took part in the demonstration.

In an impromptu meeting held at the venue of the demonstration, speakers belonging to all the parties urged the people to unite against the anti-Assam activities of the Congress and the BJP-led governments respectively in the State and at the Centre.

They decried the moves of the Central government to hand over State�s land to Bangladesh, to grant citizenship to illegal Bangla migrants, to construct mega dams, etc.