AKRSU Slams Government for ST Status


KOKRAJHAR, SEP 1: President of All Koch Rajbongshi Students Union (AKRSU) Arun Roy slammed BJP led government at centre and state for not initiating to accord ST status to the Koch Rajbongshi community and reconstruction of Kamatapur state within Indian constitution till date.
Roy, on Tuesday in Kokrajhar has strongly flayed the BJP led state government for failing to grant Scheduled Tribe(ST) status to the Koch Rajbongshi community said that the BJP party never think welfare and development of the Koch Rajbongshi community in the state that’s why Koch Rajbongshi peoples are depriving their rights and development.
Accord ST status before 2021 Assembly to the Koch Rajbongshi or face a massive hardship in the state“, Roy warns.
Government has been tactically deprived of the constitutional rights of ST status and reconstruction of separate Kamatapur state within Indian constitution for their political gaining up.
He accused the BJP party of failing to fulfill the hopes and aspirations of the citizens of the Koch Rajbongshi as they put promises during the 2014 Parliamentary elections in the state of Assam.
“Koch Rajbongshis are not vote banks of the parties and this time the community will give a lesson for the BJP by taking anti BJP initiative in days to come”, Roy said.
On the other hand, Sawhid Jiten Roy memorial football tournament begins from Tuesday at Titaguri Silbari ground in Kokrajhar. The tournament was organized by Kokrajhar district unit and Titaguri anchalik committee of AKRSU to promote sporting environment in the area.
AKRSU adviser Arun Roy cut the ribbon to be the playground of the football tournament.
Former BTC MCLA and noted social activist Madhab Karki kicked off the tournament where over twenty teams are participating in the tournament.
Need to be mentioned that Swahid Jiten Roy was a prominent AKRSU leader of the Koch Bihar community, who died at a road mishap in 2009 at Salakati in Kokrajhar district.


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