Conduct CBI inquiry into Rs. 540 crores of corruption on minority student’s funds in NE states, NEMSU demands

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KOKRAJHAR, OCT 19: The North East Minority Students Union (NEMSU) has demanded CBI inquiry into alleged INR 540 crores of corruption and anomalies allotted for minority student’s welfare fund for northeastern states in last four financial years from the centre government.

Addressing the reporters at a press conference held at Kokrajhar Press Club today, NEMSU president Badarul Islam alleged that several hundred crores of minority student’s welfare funds were allegedly corrupted without performing any welfare activities among the minority students in the northeast states.

He said that centre government has been releasing several hundred crores every year to facilitate welfare and development services for the minority student communities in the region. But, the students have been depriving their due rights and welfare in the northeast states due to insincerity attitudes from the government itself since five years.

He has demanded CBI inquiry into alleged INR 540 crores of corruption and anomalies allotted for minority students welfare for northeastern states in last four financial years of the centre government budget.

Islam demanded strict investigation into Char area development fund where crores of financial anomalies reportedly occurred under the minister of Ranjit Dutta in the state of Assam. He has urged the state government to take strictly step to check over the corruption and anomalies reported in the Char area development fund.

He has expressed serious concern over the recent police SI recruitment anomalies and demanded strong punishment those were involved with police recruitment corruption in the state.

Islam has manded a peaceful  integrity meeting involving all sections of the communities over the BTR accord to maintain peace and tranquility in the state.

He has alleged that minority peoples across the state are depriving their democratic development and welfare aspects during the BPF’s 17 year rule in  BTAD administration. He has accused of that BPF has failed to work for the welfare of the common masses in the region.

He said that minority peoples are always deprived and neglected in their leading life across the state. He has urged states to step up Maldive development and welfare activities for bringing development of the minority peoples across the northeastern states.

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