As per the Assam Accord, people irrespective of their religion who had entered Assam before March 25, 1971 would be treated as Indian.
Assam: AJYCP reminds BJP of its stand on dam; Flood waters of river Subansiri inundate several villages
In November 2010, the BJP organised an anti-dam rally at Gerukamukh in Dhemaji where former party president Rajnath Singh said the project should be scrapped
Both Lurinjyoti Gogoi and Changmai were prime faces of the state’s anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) movement
The AASU and AJYCP did not consult with the 30 ethnic organisations, including the ADSU before forming the new regional political outfit.
It remains to be seen whether the AASU and AJYCP can maintain their non-political character after the formation of the new party
Aimed to be an alternative regional force, the AJP aimed to become a secular political forum representing all communities of the state
The KMSS president’s statement came as an ‘answer’ to the earlier remark made by Assam Jatiyatabadi Yuba-Chatra Parishad.
The AASU and AJYCP on Friday announced of forming another regional political party based on the historic Assam Accord.
AASU president Dipanka Kumar Nath on Tuesday indicated that the new regional party will explore the possibility once it is formed.
The peasant leader said, “Stay united and take on the ruling BJP and its parent organisation, the RSS together.”