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Settling of Hindu Bangladeshis opposed

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SIVASAGAR, Oct 21 - The Ujani Asom Muslim Kalyan Parishad has warned the Centre and the State Government not to grant citizenship on the basis of religion which will destroy the age-old communal harmony between the Hindus and the Muslims besides jeopardising development of the State.

In a release to the media, Chowkat Latiff, Monirul Islam Bora and Ahidur Rahman Chowdhury, the president, executive president and secretary of the Parishad said that Assam has long been treated with a colonial policy by the Centre since independence and the recent move to settle Hindu Bangladeshis in Assam is part of an evil design to malign the good image of the State and neglect the cause of the indigenous population. The leaders reiterated that the Centre must honour the Assam Accord and act accordingly to deport all foreigners entering Assam after March 25, 1971. Assam has already borne the heavy burden of millions of foreigners and the people of the State are not prepared to leave an inch of land to any power now, they added.

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Settling of Hindu Bangladeshis opposed

SIVASAGAR, Oct 21 - The Ujani Asom Muslim Kalyan Parishad has warned the Centre and the State Government not to grant citizenship on the basis of religion which will destroy the age-old communal harmony between the Hindus and the Muslims besides jeopardising development of the State.

In a release to the media, Chowkat Latiff, Monirul Islam Bora and Ahidur Rahman Chowdhury, the president, executive president and secretary of the Parishad said that Assam has long been treated with a colonial policy by the Centre since independence and the recent move to settle Hindu Bangladeshis in Assam is part of an evil design to malign the good image of the State and neglect the cause of the indigenous population. The leaders reiterated that the Centre must honour the Assam Accord and act accordingly to deport all foreigners entering Assam after March 25, 1971. Assam has already borne the heavy burden of millions of foreigners and the people of the State are not prepared to leave an inch of land to any power now, they added.

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