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Assam: Students’ Association in Cachar continues to host protest against Mizoram given ongoing clashes between borders

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Another student group from Assam warned the Mizoram government through a rally in the heart of Silchar city on 29th July. And, the student movement was led by Aritra Dhar, former General Secretary of Assam University, Subhasish Choudhury, Ratnaraj Acharya, Atendra Senapati, and Bishwarup Purkayastha.

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The rally started from the capital point of Silchar which went across Shillongpatti via Ambikapatti and ended at the foot of the statue of Khudiram Basu.

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Also, the day prior, students had burnt effigy of the Chief Minister of Mizoram near Mizoram House in Silchar and warned the Mizoram Government in harsh language.

Also read: Did Assam shoot first ? Here’s what we know:

Various student leaders made different remarks on the issue and rally

The former General Secretary, Aritra Dhar remarked towards the end of the walk, “We want to warn the Mizoram government to withdraw from Assam as soon as possible.

Our patience should not be tested. The purpose of our gathering here today is to pay our homage to our dead Assam police personnel, it’s to make it clear that we are always with them and that we are all together in this struggle”.

Vishwaroop Purkayastha further said, “Such a stalemate has been going on at the border for the last several months but no government has solved it then. The Indian government should have acted long ago. I hope the government will take the necessary steps and ensure that it will not happen again in the coming days”.

Subhasish Choudhury speaks about the dispute

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Also another leader, “Subhasish Choudhury further said, “Weapon and drug trafficking are rampant in Mizoram. Nothing better can be expected from them. The Mizo mob has been able to execute this massacre of Assam police with sophisticated weapons by collecting them through their illegal channels.” The Indian government needs to be vigilant because these barbaric mobs will not hesitate to attack them in the future. The trade in illegal drugs and arms must be stopped on Mizoram’s soil”.

Moreover, this rally was against the brutal killing of the six jawans from Assam in the Assam-Mizoram border.

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