AASU stages protest against migration of minorities
that during a time when the indigenous people of the State are already facing so much of problems, the Centre should not anyway think of making the entry of Bangladeshi in the State legal. Commenting on the issue, General Sec of ASSU, Lurinjyoti Gogoi said, “Assam is at a crucial juncture today. While the indigenous communities are crying for protection from illegal influx, the Centre wants to regularize the entry of immigrants from Bangladesh on religious lines. We protest the move and demand the immigrants, who sneaked into the State after 1971, to not be allowed to settle in Assam anyway.