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GUWAHATI, Jan 9 - Expressing concern over the recent attacks and threats to Hindi-speaking people in the State, the Sarv Hindustani Yuva Parishad has requested Governor Banwarilal Purohit to ensure security to the people of this community in Assam.

A delegation of the Parishad met the Governor on January 7 and discussed several issues related to the Hindi-speaking people living in sensitive areas of the State and submitted a memorandum in this regard.

�Hindi-speaking communities have been residing in Assam for more than 200 years and they play vital role in the overall development of Assam along with other communities,� a Parishad statement said.

Referring to the recent attacks on the Hindi-speaking people in Pengeree and Philobari areas of Tinsukia district, the Parishad said that immediate measures should be taken so that the people can reside peacefully and the sensitive areas remain safe for the people of Assam.

Members of the organisation met State DGP Mukesh Sahay and appealed for increasing the number of police stations in Pengeree and Philobari areas of Tinsukia district in view of the spurt in the activities of militant outfits.

It also expressed concern over the threat issued by KLO and other groups to the Hindi-speaking people living in Kamatapur, Karbi Anglong and Tripura.

Other demands of the Parishad included reconstitution of the Hindi Bhashi Development Council for social and economical development of the community, stated a statement by the organisation�s chairman Subhash Chandra Gupta and state president Shankar Singh.

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Plea to ensure security to Hindi-speaking people

GUWAHATI, Jan 9 - Expressing concern over the recent attacks and threats to Hindi-speaking people in the State, the Sarv Hindustani Yuva Parishad has requested Governor Banwarilal Purohit to ensure security to the people of this community in Assam.

A delegation of the Parishad met the Governor on January 7 and discussed several issues related to the Hindi-speaking people living in sensitive areas of the State and submitted a memorandum in this regard.

�Hindi-speaking communities have been residing in Assam for more than 200 years and they play vital role in the overall development of Assam along with other communities,� a Parishad statement said.

Referring to the recent attacks on the Hindi-speaking people in Pengeree and Philobari areas of Tinsukia district, the Parishad said that immediate measures should be taken so that the people can reside peacefully and the sensitive areas remain safe for the people of Assam.

Members of the organisation met State DGP Mukesh Sahay and appealed for increasing the number of police stations in Pengeree and Philobari areas of Tinsukia district in view of the spurt in the activities of militant outfits.

It also expressed concern over the threat issued by KLO and other groups to the Hindi-speaking people living in Kamatapur, Karbi Anglong and Tripura.

Other demands of the Parishad included reconstitution of the Hindi Bhashi Development Council for social and economical development of the community, stated a statement by the organisation�s chairman Subhash Chandra Gupta and state president Shankar Singh.