DIBRUGARH, Jan 1 – Akhil Gogoi leading the anti-dam movement in the State is a Maoist and has direct connections with the outlawed ULFA. He is a fake peasant leader, who is actually an active agent of China. These statements were made by Partha Pratim Bora, the State unit president of National Students’ Union of India (NSUI).
The NSUI leader while addressing mediapersons at Rajiv Bhawan here on December 29 alleged that Akhil Gogoi was ill-mannered who did not have respect even for the Constitutional heads like the Governor. “He has even shown disrespect to the Chief Minister who has been voted to power for the third time,” Bora said. The manner in which Akhil Gogoi is reacting against the statements of the Governor and the Chief Minister cannot be accepted in the civilized society, the NSUI leader said.
Partha Pratim Bora said that the people of the State should know that the Maoist movement has started in the State with Akhil Gogoi at the forefront. Bora also alleged that the Krishah Mukti Sangram Samittee leader was drawing foreign funds for his movement. He further said that KMSS was sending cadres from Assam to Orissa for arms training. “We will lodge complain with the police with evidence against Akhil Gogoi at the earliest”, Bora said.
Describing that the movement of KMSS leader was anti-national, Bora said that dam is must for power generation as the country needs power for industrialisation and thereby employment for the people.