Assam BJP slams Mamata Banerjee over NRC ‘common declarations’
- TNN|Highlights Silchar MLA and deputy speaker of Assam assembly Dilip Kumar Paul said there is no enmity between Bengali and Assamese people living in Assam.No one from outside ought to meddle into their affairs, he included.
- CM Mamata Banerjee had earlier declared that the NRC update procedure has resulted in a re-run of the “Bongal Kheda” motion in Assam.
File picture SILCHAR: The BJP Barak Valley co-ordination committee advised West Bengal primary minister Mamata Banerjee on Friday not to interfere in the ongoing update work of National Registrar of People ( NRC) in Assam. Dealing with a meeting of the co-ordination committee at BJP workplace at Karimganj, Silchar MLA and deputy speaker of Assam assembly Dilip Kumar Paul stated the Trinamool Congress chief ought to not complicate the situation in Assam by making “common statements” when the updating process has actually been going on peacefully.
Paul stated that there is no enmity in between Bengali and Assamese individuals residing in Assam and individuals of the state know ways to figure out their issues. Nobody from outside should meddle into their affairs, he added.
CM Mamata Banerjee had actually earlier alleged that the NRC upgrade procedure has actually caused a re-run of the “Bongal Kheda” movement in Assam as the very first draft has actually neglected a significant of individuals in the Barak Valley.
Out of the 41 lakh individuals who had applied from throughout 3 districts of the Bengali-dominated Barak valley, names of a minimum of 24 lakh are missing from the very first draft of the NRC.