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AIUDF stand on ‘D’ voters criticised
Staff Reporter
 GUWAHATI, June 30 – The Assam Public Works (APW) today came down heavily on AIUDF and a few other organizations for trying to create problem on the issue of ‘D voters’ and demanded of the government not to compromise on the matter.

The APW said that a section was trying to create confusion on the issue of D voters by pushing the cause of the Bangladeshis and it urged the authorities concerned to improve the infrastructure of the foreigners tribunals for speedy disposal of the cases of D voters. “Of the 36 foreigners tribunals in the State, most of them do not have the necessary infrastructure,” said functionaries of APW while addressing a press meet here.

It needs to be mentioned here that a delegation of APW will leave for New Delhi on July 2 to meet the Chief Election Commissioner on the issue of D voters.

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