Stop chasing the imaginary characters of the Bangladeshi people: the body of students of the Assam minority

The All Assam Minority Students' Union (AAMSU) said Saturday that the final National Citizens Register (NRC), despite its flaws, should prompt some groups to stop hunting an imaginary number of "Bangladeshi" in the state. .

This followed the "misfortune" of the ruling party, the Bharatiya Janata, and Khilonjia (Indigenous) organizations such as the Assam Students' Union on the more than 19 Lakh people excluded from the final NRC, and their reference to illegal migrants quantified in the past.

"Religious and linguistic minorities have long resisted Bangladesh's beard. We wanted this to end. The President of the Supreme Court of India, Ranjan Gogoi, and NRC State Coordinator Prateek Hajela, provided data to Assam through a scientific process to determine who is a foreigner and who is not. Now is the time to stop chasing imaginary characters, "said Azizur Rahman, AAMSU advisor.

BJP President Ranjeet K. Dass criticized Congress for blaming the "wrong NRC" of the Saffron party, citing several figures on foreigners used during the reign of Congress and other parties.

"Former Chief Minister Hiteswar Saikia told former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi that there were 30 foreign lakhs in Assam. Former Congressional Minister Sriprakash Jaiswal told Rajya Sabha that Assam had 50 lakhs on 2 Bangladeshi crore in India. H.D. Deve Gowda's government recognized the presence of 42 foreign lakhs in Assam. Where are these strangers with NRC today, with the exception of many Indians? Said Mr. Dass.

"Identifying citizens can not be a numbers game. They were imaginary figures to create a misunderstanding among the various Assam communities for political gain. We now have a scientific personality and should go ahead after meeting to help the true Indians among the excluded to return to the NRC, "Rahman said.