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Illegal immigration: assam

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Posted without comments. Long live pseudo secularism and accommodative tolerance!!! "Delhi bahut dur hai" is the view of some, "have the right to do what they want" is the claim of some. Why the main stream media is quite about this is another matter. Whatever is between quotes is really quotes, not my words.

"Guwahati: The Gauhati High Court has said that Bangladeshis in Assam had become
the kingmakers and “a strong political will to free Assam from illegal
Bangladeshi is the need of the hour coupled with public activism in that

"Justice Sharma observed: “It is no longer a secret or in the domain of
‘doubt’ that illegal Bangladeshis have intruded every nook and corner of
Assam, including forest land. In some of the cases, the petitioners themselves
stated before the police during investigation that they were living in
government and forest land. If reports are to be believed, they have even
intruded upon the most sacred Xattra lands. Very often, they are protected by
extending the protective lands of ‘secularism’ branding them to be Indian
“minorities” in Assam. A strong political will to free Assam from illegal
Bangladeshi is the need of the hour coupled with public activism in that

"The State Government has never taken the issue of illegal immigrants in Assam
with the seriousness that it deserves. But at present, there are about 55 lakh
Bangladeshis in the State. They have mingled so well with the indigenous Muslims of Assam that now it is difficult to distinguish the former from the latter,” said Asom-Miyan (Asomiya) Parishad president MG Hazarika at a press meet in Guwahati today."
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