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GUWAHATI, Oct 3 - The octogenarian citizens of Guwahati have extended partial support to the ordinance passed by the Government of India in respect of providing asylum to non-Muslim refugees of undivided Pakistan, but expressed the view that since Assam had already shouldered the responsibility of giving shelter to a few millions refugees in addition to a huge mass of Muslim infiltrators, this burden of fresh influx of refugees should be borne only by the rest of India.

The meeting, held today under the presidentship of Prof Mahesh Sarma, suggested that India raise the issue of the plight of non-Muslims in Pakistan and Bangladesh and secure an international opinion focusing on a permanent solution of the problem of non-Muslim citizens of Pakistan and Bangladesh.

The discussion, initiated by DN Chakravartty, was attended by Nishinath Changkakati, Nagen Goswami, Dr Kiran Sarma, Ajit Barkakaty, Surendra Kumarv Baruah, Arun Bhattacharya, Ramanikanta Deka and Dr Malati Baruah.

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Partial support to Centre�s move

GUWAHATI, Oct 3 - The octogenarian citizens of Guwahati have extended partial support to the ordinance passed by the Government of India in respect of providing asylum to non-Muslim refugees of undivided Pakistan, but expressed the view that since Assam had already shouldered the responsibility of giving shelter to a few millions refugees in addition to a huge mass of Muslim infiltrators, this burden of fresh influx of refugees should be borne only by the rest of India.

The meeting, held today under the presidentship of Prof Mahesh Sarma, suggested that India raise the issue of the plight of non-Muslims in Pakistan and Bangladesh and secure an international opinion focusing on a permanent solution of the problem of non-Muslim citizens of Pakistan and Bangladesh.

The discussion, initiated by DN Chakravartty, was attended by Nishinath Changkakati, Nagen Goswami, Dr Kiran Sarma, Ajit Barkakaty, Surendra Kumarv Baruah, Arun Bhattacharya, Ramanikanta Deka and Dr Malati Baruah.

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