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Bir Lachit Sena members smear black ink over Bengali hoardings; Barak groups counterattack

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The Bir Lachit Sena Guwahati unit on Saturday, October 23, allegedly smeared black ink on all of the banners and sign boards are written in the Bengali language in the Barsapara area of Guwahati.

The indigenous corporation strictly demanded using the Assamese language instead of Bengali in the Brahmaputra valley region.

Statement by Bir Lachit Sena members

Speaking to the media, one of the Bir Lachit Sena members said, “We declare all these banners printed in Bengali as invalid from today onwards. There shall be only one language in Assam and that is Assamese.”

As consistent with sources, no grievance has been registered with the police concerning the incident.

BDYF smears black ink on Assamese language banner

It can be referred to that earlier Barak Democratic Youth Front (BDYF) allegedly smeared black ink on a government banner that was written in the Assamese language which was close to Silchar Railway Station.

Following this, the administration of Cachar district lodged an FIR in opposition to the BDYF employer at Silchar Police Station.

Bir Lachit Bir Lachit Sena The North-Eastern Chronicle

BDYF leader denies allegation

Later, BDYF leader Pradip Dutta Roy stated that the organization was not involved in the alleged act of dishonoring the Assamese language. He was summoned by the Cachar police to depose his sayings last Tuesday.

BDYF leader Pradip Dutta Roy’s statement

Roy after recording his statement before police told the media, “I informed the police that there was a protest program of our organization at the same venue but the poster was smeared with black ink even before our members reached the spot. We don’t know who did it.”

The leader, however, stated that the organization will brawl and fight over the Bengali language and its legal implementation in Barak valley.

Also Read: STATUS OF A SEPARATE STATE SHOULD BE GIVEN TO BARAK VALLEY, SAYS ASSAMESE LITTERATEUR NAGEN SAIKIA

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