Guwahati, Jul 12 (UNI) The All Assam Students' Union (AASU) today sounded the warning bungle for the state government to exert pressure on the latter to fulfil its commitment to solving the Bangladeshi infiltration problem in the state.
The all-powerful students' body observed a series of agitational programmes across the state, christening it "Sangram Dhwani" (resonance of struggle), as per a decision taken in its executive body meeting recently.
Large number of AASU activists assembled across the state and beat the traditional drum and "taal" to "awake" the government to the burning issue of infiltration.
AASU advisor Dr Samujjal Kumar Bhattacharyya, president Sankar Rai and general secretary Tapan Gogoi led the protests in Guwahati.
The AASU demanded the sealing of the Bangladesh border at the earliest and detection and deportation of Bangladeshis at a faster pace.
It also denounced the government for allegedly failing to implement decisions taken in this regard at meetings at the Prime Ministerial level.
The student's body also demanded the implementation of all clauses of the historic Assam Accord of 1985.
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