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Rally against aliens at Barama
Correspondent
 BARAMA, Oct 1 About 28,000 people from 35 organisations led by the co-ordination committee of Baksa district for peace and harmony unitedly took out a procession in Barama today to oust foreigners from BTAD as well as from the State.

Thousands of people from different organisations like BPF, ABSU, AASU, AJYCP, Tribal Sangha, Sarania Kachari Students Union, Rabha Students Union, Madahi Jati Sanmilan, AGP, All Bodo Woman Welfare Federation, Koch Rajbangshi Students Union, Boro Sahitya Sabha, Baksa Zila Sahitya Sabha , Religious Minority Council, Adivasi Student Union, Nepali Sahitya Sabha, Gorkha Students Union, teachers organisations and others started their procession from four places at 11 am and shouted slogans against illegal immigrants and to free Assam from Bangladeshi.

Milan Baro, former MLA of Bhabanipur LAC as well as the president of Baksa district co-ordination committee for peace and harmony appealed to all to be united to oust foreigners from the State. He said that indigenous people are no longer in a position to tolerate the existence of illegal immigrants in the State. Rama Kanta Basumatary, Prabin Baro, BPF leaders, Dipali Narjary, general secretary of All Bodo Women Welfare Federation also addressed the gatherings.

The procession started from Katahbari, Madhapur Kadamtal, Barama College playground and Barjar passed through all the main roads along with ply cards in Barama. Later, a memorandum addressed to the Prime Minister and the Union Home Minister was submitted through the DC, Baksa.

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