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Tinsukia students demand uprooting of Al-Qaeda

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TINSUKIA, Oct 16 � The Tinsukia District Students� Union (TDSA) took out a procession today demanding uprooting of all fundamentalist groups, including Al-Qaeda from the State along with their other demands.

A huge procession with banners and slogans has been taken out from its office at Tinsukia College here, which then proceeded to the Deputy Commissioner�s office via College Road, GNB Road and Rungagora Road.

The union also demanded full security to the people of Assam on the basis of the Assam Accord, deportation of illegal migrants from Bangladesh, updating of National Register of Citizens (NRC), constitutional safeguard to the indigenous people of Assam, solution to the problems of flood and erosion by declaring them as National Problem, safeguard to Majuli and resolving the inter-State boundary problems.

Pulak Chetia, publicity secretary, central committee, All Assam Students� Union (AASU) and office-bearers, including TDSU president Md Tarique participated in the rally. They also submitted a memorandum to the Chief Minister through the Deputy Commissioner.

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Tinsukia students demand uprooting of Al-Qaeda

TINSUKIA, Oct 16 � The Tinsukia District Students� Union (TDSA) took out a procession today demanding uprooting of all fundamentalist groups, including Al-Qaeda from the State along with their other demands.

A huge procession with banners and slogans has been taken out from its office at Tinsukia College here, which then proceeded to the Deputy Commissioner�s office via College Road, GNB Road and Rungagora Road.

The union also demanded full security to the people of Assam on the basis of the Assam Accord, deportation of illegal migrants from Bangladesh, updating of National Register of Citizens (NRC), constitutional safeguard to the indigenous people of Assam, solution to the problems of flood and erosion by declaring them as National Problem, safeguard to Majuli and resolving the inter-State boundary problems.

Pulak Chetia, publicity secretary, central committee, All Assam Students� Union (AASU) and office-bearers, including TDSU president Md Tarique participated in the rally. They also submitted a memorandum to the Chief Minister through the Deputy Commissioner.