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Talks on Assam Accord on April 25

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GUWAHATI, April 22 - A tripartite talk among the Union government, Government of Assam and the All Assam Students� Union (AASU) on the issue of implementation of the Assam Accord would be held in New Delhi on April 25.

The discussion, to be held under the presidentship of the Union Home Minister, would be participated by an AASU delegation, comprising its president Dipanka Kumar Nath, general secretary Lurinjyoti Gogoi and chief advisor Dr Samujjal Bhattacharyya and educationist Basanta Deka.

�The burning issue of illegal migration to Assam must be solved through implementation of the Assam Accord. Despite 31 years of signing of the accord after a prolonged movement, the people of Assam are yet to find the solution to issues like border security, economic and Constitutional safeguard to the indigenous people of Assam and illegal influx. We hope this tripartite talk would find a concrete roadmap for addressing the grievances of the people of Assam,� said the AASU general secretary.

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Talks on Assam Accord on April 25

GUWAHATI, April 22 - A tripartite talk among the Union government, Government of Assam and the All Assam Students� Union (AASU) on the issue of implementation of the Assam Accord would be held in New Delhi on April 25.

The discussion, to be held under the presidentship of the Union Home Minister, would be participated by an AASU delegation, comprising its president Dipanka Kumar Nath, general secretary Lurinjyoti Gogoi and chief advisor Dr Samujjal Bhattacharyya and educationist Basanta Deka.

�The burning issue of illegal migration to Assam must be solved through implementation of the Assam Accord. Despite 31 years of signing of the accord after a prolonged movement, the people of Assam are yet to find the solution to issues like border security, economic and Constitutional safeguard to the indigenous people of Assam and illegal influx. We hope this tripartite talk would find a concrete roadmap for addressing the grievances of the people of Assam,� said the AASU general secretary.

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