December 30, 2017

Deploying ‘Bangladeshi’ in Assam to disperse tension, 60 thousand troops deployed

National Citizen’s list will be published in India on Sunday midnight. Tensions have been triggered by this listing in Assam. State government fears that the communal tensions may spread across the state in the light of this list. So around 60 thousand police and paramilitary personnel were deployed there to protect them.

In Assam, Assam’s Minister of Health and Health Hemant Vishwa Sharma said, “NRC has been made to identify illegal Bangladeshi people living in Assam. Those who do not have the name will be sent back. We are not taking any opportunity here and all security measures have been taken. ‘

However, the Hindus who have gone to Assam, according to the central government’s policy, will also be provided shelter in Assam.

It is believed that there are more than two million Muslims in Assam whose roots are in Bangladesh. Assam census was made for the first time since 1951 to create national citizenship or NRC. In the last year, the Hindu Nationalist Party (BJP) During the election campaign, the party pledged to take action against illegal Muslims. Hindus complained that local Hindus were denied jobs for Muslims.

Muslim leaders of Assam say that NRC is being used to make them like the Rohingyas of Myanmar. The ruling BJP is plotting to abduct only Muslims from Assam, saying they are conspiring in it.

According to the Assam accord of 1985, those who entered the state till March 24, 1971, will be identified as Indian citizens. It is expected that the NRC will be helpful in ending the ongoing debate on illegal immigrant issue in Assam for decades.

The Muslim community of the state (one-third of the state of them) is spoken in Bengali language. The NRC can also end the cheats that are now given as Bangladeshi or ‘Mia’.

It should be noted that thousands of people took shelter in India during the War of Liberation in 1971. Most of them have settled in Assam, alleging that Assam’s nationalists have been accused.