ABSU condemn statement of BTC Chief Hagrama Mohilary

ABSU condemn the statement of BTC Chief Hagrama Mohilary, where he said that there are no criteria in Bodoland area to create Bodoland.


All Bodo Students Union will strongly oppose any decision of the government which are going to affect the right and privilege of the existing Tribals of the Assam, said ABSU president Promod Boro.

ABSU condemn the statement of BTC Chief Hagrama Mohilary, where he said that there are no criteria i.e. infrastructure, industry and IAS/IPS in Bodoland area to create Bodoland, It is an insult to the great Bodo leaders like Bodofa UN Brahma, Premsing Brahama, Bir Silagang and many more and also 5000 martyrs who died for the great cause, said ABSU leader Promod Boro.

It hurts the genuine sentiment and aspiration of the Bodo people, working and fighting democratically to protect the distinct identity, culture, language, land and its existence of the Bodo people for creation of a state called Bodoland.

Talking to reporters at Bodofa house Bagansali Kokrajhar, Promod Boro  said that ” If some more advance and populous communities are enlisted in the ST list, the existing tribal will lost its land, political representation, educational opportunity, employment, economy and great impact in social life. Further, the house strongly condemned the statement made by Hagrama Mohilary, stating to grant ST to 6 Community in the BTAD region in advance.

Opposing the Citizenship Amendment Bill 2016 which is already passed in the Lok Sabha , ABSU decided to continue support with 30 indigenous organisation movement group for protection of indigenous rights, promod said.

ABSU decided to work more effectively for all round development in bringing quality education in Bodo medium education through “Mission Quality Education”. The Union also strongly demands to take care of the Bodo medium school and to distribute the textbook for the session 2019 immediately and to fulfil all demands raised by the Union which is mentioned in the Action taken report by the State Government.


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