Mangaluru, Nov 12: Akhila Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishat (ABVP) has called for college bundh all over India on Wednesday, Nov 12, urging the Union government to send all Bangladesh residents out of the country who have been a threat to the security and integrity of the country.
Addressing media persons here on Saturday, Nov 8 ABVP State Secretary Ravichandra P M said 90 per cent of the population in the 'chicken neck' region is constituted by Bangladeshi intruders, and the places there are being used as hide-outs for terrorists.
Besides the all India bundh, rallies will be held in all districts of Karnataka in November. The main demand of the movement is that a strong legislation should be brought out with a view to send outsiders out of the country.
'The names of Bangladeshi migrants should be dropped from the electoral roll. There should be a time-bound strategy to send such people out of India. A strong fence should be conducted on India-Bangla border. Stringent actions should be taken to prevent criminal activities near the border area,' he said explaining the demands of the Parishat.
ABVP State Convener Vinay Bidare said awareness will be created among students of the district through pamphlets and posters prior to the bundh.