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Togadia defies ban, hits out at Govt

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GUWAHATI, July 18 - Defying a prohibitory order imposed by the Police Commissioner asking him to abstain from making any �inflammatory speeches�, former VHP leader Pravin Bhai Togadia today launched a scathing attack on the BJP government for �failing to free Assam of Bangladeshi infiltrators�.

Togadia, who had recently launched a new Hindutva outfit Antarrashtriya Hindu Parishad (AHP), landed in the city today wearing a black cloth in his mouth protesting the prohibitory order imposed by the Police Commissioner. He visited the Kamakhya Temple and the Ugratara Temple and met volunteers who staged a demonstration at Dighalipukhuripar against the police order.

The Commissioner had yesterday issued an order asking him to abstain from attending any event and making any inflammatory speeches without an �appropriate permission�.

Togadia, however, met the Commissioner at his office at 3 pm and gave a written objection to the prohibitory order.

However, Togadia spoke to mediapersons after landing at the airport and also at the residence of an AHP leader at Rupnagar where he also met other workers of organisation.

�The BJP government has failed on all fronts. While there are some 50 lakh Bangladeshis in Assam, the BJP government in the last two years had deported only 17 of them. The BJP government, which had vowed to protect Assam�s jati, mati and bheti, has failed utterly to keep its promises to protect the State. It also could not free the sattra lands from the hands of Bangladeshis,� Togadia asserted.

He said the government has also failed to seal the Indo-Bangla borders, thus keeping the door open for more Bangladeshi infiltrators to enter Assam and eventually make it a part of �greater Bangladesh.�

Togadia said that the Indian Army should capture a portion of Bangladesh and use that land to settle �50 lakh Bangladeshis� from Assam, if that country refuses to accept the immigrants after National Register of Citizens (NRC) is out. Togadia is likely to stay in the city tomorrow as well.

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Togadia defies ban, hits out at Govt

GUWAHATI, July 18 - Defying a prohibitory order imposed by the Police Commissioner asking him to abstain from making any �inflammatory speeches�, former VHP leader Pravin Bhai Togadia today launched a scathing attack on the BJP government for �failing to free Assam of Bangladeshi infiltrators�.

Togadia, who had recently launched a new Hindutva outfit Antarrashtriya Hindu Parishad (AHP), landed in the city today wearing a black cloth in his mouth protesting the prohibitory order imposed by the Police Commissioner. He visited the Kamakhya Temple and the Ugratara Temple and met volunteers who staged a demonstration at Dighalipukhuripar against the police order.

The Commissioner had yesterday issued an order asking him to abstain from attending any event and making any inflammatory speeches without an �appropriate permission�.

Togadia, however, met the Commissioner at his office at 3 pm and gave a written objection to the prohibitory order.

However, Togadia spoke to mediapersons after landing at the airport and also at the residence of an AHP leader at Rupnagar where he also met other workers of organisation.

�The BJP government has failed on all fronts. While there are some 50 lakh Bangladeshis in Assam, the BJP government in the last two years had deported only 17 of them. The BJP government, which had vowed to protect Assam�s jati, mati and bheti, has failed utterly to keep its promises to protect the State. It also could not free the sattra lands from the hands of Bangladeshis,� Togadia asserted.

He said the government has also failed to seal the Indo-Bangla borders, thus keeping the door open for more Bangladeshi infiltrators to enter Assam and eventually make it a part of �greater Bangladesh.�

Togadia said that the Indian Army should capture a portion of Bangladesh and use that land to settle �50 lakh Bangladeshis� from Assam, if that country refuses to accept the immigrants after National Register of Citizens (NRC) is out. Togadia is likely to stay in the city tomorrow as well.