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Torchlight rally organised at Doomdooma

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DOOMDOOMA, March 7 - Over 300 student activists belong to Doomdooma units of AASU, AJYCP, AMSU, AACSU, ATASU, ATTSA, AASKSU and AAMSU under the banner of Doomdooma Regional Students� Union brought out a torchlight rally at Doomdooma town this evening in protest against the attack on AASU activists and AASU office at Silapathar of Dhemaji district by the hooligans of an unknown organisation yesterday.

Later, the leaders of these organisations made it clear that they would not tolerate the attack on indigenous people by outsiders and all the foreigners irrespective of religion who had come after March 25, 1971 have to leave the country. The leaders demanded the government to arrest those hooligans and to book them according to the provisions of law.

They also criticised the government�s decision to give shelter to Hindu Bangladeshi citizens. They warned against any move to appease migrants who came to this country after 1971.

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Torchlight rally organised at Doomdooma

DOOMDOOMA, March 7 - Over 300 student activists belong to Doomdooma units of AASU, AJYCP, AMSU, AACSU, ATASU, ATTSA, AASKSU and AAMSU under the banner of Doomdooma Regional Students� Union brought out a torchlight rally at Doomdooma town this evening in protest against the attack on AASU activists and AASU office at Silapathar of Dhemaji district by the hooligans of an unknown organisation yesterday.

Later, the leaders of these organisations made it clear that they would not tolerate the attack on indigenous people by outsiders and all the foreigners irrespective of religion who had come after March 25, 1971 have to leave the country. The leaders demanded the government to arrest those hooligans and to book them according to the provisions of law.

They also criticised the government�s decision to give shelter to Hindu Bangladeshi citizens. They warned against any move to appease migrants who came to this country after 1971.