Thursday, 1 September 2016

AASU demands eviction of illegal Bangladeshi encroachers from government land

The All Assam Students’ Union (AASU) has demanded eviction of all illegal Bangladeshi immigrants from the Government land measuring 77,420 bighas located at villages, namely Phuhuratoli, Dholpur and Kuruwa under Sipajhar revenue circle of Darrang district.
Thousands of AASU leaders and supporters took out a massive rally demanding immediate eviction of all illegal Bangladeshi immigrants.
Addressing the gathering, AASU advisor Samujjal Bhattacharya said that no governments came forward to resolve the illegal Bangladeshi immigrants issue in the past 31 years. He urged the BJP led government to implement the Assam Accord soon.

Vegetable retail prices up by 100 % in Guwahati markets

Prices of most of vegetables like cabbage, chilly, tomato, cauliflower, brinjal have seen a price rise between 80-100% in retail markets of Guwahati.

There are huge differences between prices of retail and wholesale markets due to illegal syndicate.
As for the gap between the wholesale and retail prices, it is as much as over 25 rupees in tomato and over 40 rupees for brinjal.
The abrupt rise in prices of essential commodities is adversely affecting the budget of the common man of Assam.

Despite the fact that it is the retailers, who are responsible for the high price, the Sarbananda Sonowal led BJP government is not taking any strict action against them.