Illegal immigration from Bangladesh has turned Assam explosive

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    Illegal immigration from Bangladesh has turned Assam explosive

    Assam shares an international border with Bangladesh and has been plagued with the problem of illegal immigration by Bangladeshi Muslims for the past four decades. The Governor of Assam, in a secret communique to the Central Government in 2005, revealed that “upto 6000 Bangladeshis enter Assam every day.” According to conservative estimates, India is host to around ten million illegal Bangladeshi immigrants. Assam itself is inhabited by around five million illegal immigrants.

    Successive Governments in New Delhi have tried to brush aside the problem for the fear of offending and alienating minority interests and alienating the valuable votebank, much to the chagrin of the BJP and its partners like the AGP. Delhi has always adopted a myopic view of the problem, and Assam seems to be paying for Delhi’s mistakes.

    In 1947, Pakistan was divided into a Bengali-speaking East Pakistan and an Urdu-speaking West Pakistan by the geographical presence of India. In 1971, it became clear that religion could not bind the two disparate entities into a single nation. The revolt against the linguistic hegemony of West Pakistanis resulted in genocide of the East Pakistanis.

    Unable to withstand the brutality of the Pakistani army, millions of Bangladeshis crossed over into the safer climes of India. Indian States like Assam and West Bengal bore the brunt of this influx. Although India provided sanctuary to these refugees, it nonetheless referred to this influx as “bloodless aggression” which could irretrievably impair the “economic and political well being” of the country.

    India’s military intervention against the Pakistani army’s genocide of the East Pakistanis led to the creation of Bangladesh in 1971.

    However, despite the creation of Bangladesh, India did not get any respite from the influx of Bangladeshi Muslims. The magnitude of this influx can only be assessed from the fact that the period between 1971 and 1991 witnessed the growth of Muslim population in Assam by 77.42 per cent as compared to a Hindu growth of 41.89 per cent. The population explosion has subsequently stabilised but even then, the decadal growth of 1991-2001 at 29.3 per cent for Muslims remained abnormally high as compared to a Hindu growth at 14.9 per cent.

    Dhubri, which shares a long riverine border with Bangladesh, is an example of how illegal infiltration into the State continues unabated. As per provisional census details for the period 2001-2011, the decadal population growth for Dhubri at 24.4 per cent was distinctly higher when compared to the population growth of Assam at 16.9 percent for the same period. With the Brahmaputra River providing convenient entry points, the district is being virtually overrun by Bangladeshi infiltrators. Incidentally, Dhubri was one of the flash points during the violence in the State.

    Illegal immigration from Bangladesh has turned Assam explosive | Niti Central
     
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    Bandh disrupts normal life in Northeast
    Sep 6, 2012

    Normal life was today disrupted in Manipur, Mizoram, Nagaland and Arunachal Pradesh due to a 12-hour bandh called by the North East Students' Organisation to protest "harassment" of students from the region in other parts of the country and influx of illegal migrants.

    Shops, markets, business establishments, government and private offices, banks and education institutions were mostly closed in the four states due to the bandh which began this morning, according to official reports.

    A massive rally was organised in Guwahati in Assam where NESO chairman Samujjal Bhattacharjee said, "Former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi signed the Assam Accord in 1985, but Sonia Gandhi, the UPA chairperson, has failed to implement it and stop illegal migration.

    "Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, who represents Assam in Parliament, has also failed in this context,"
    he alleged.

    He blamed Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi for trivialising the issue and said that the recent exodus of students and professionals to the Northeast following the riots in lower Assam was the outcome of the government's apathy.

    "This is not a Hindu-Muslim issue, but the problem is due to illegal migration from Bangladesh and our movement will continue till our demands and all illegal migrants, irrespective of religion who have come after 1971 leave," he said.

    The Guwahati rally was attended by 26 student organisations.

    The NESO demanded immediate detection and deportation of illegal Bangladeshis from the North East, updating of the National Register of Citizens and its completion before the next Lok Sabha polls, sealing of the India-Bangladesh border before the next Lok Sabha polls and no land settlements of migrants who arrived after 1971 in Kokrajhar, Chirang, Dhubri and Bongaigaon districts in Assam.

    A report from Imphal said that transport services in Manipur and with neighbouring states were also cancelled with roads in the state capital deserted and people remaining indoors. Attendance in government and private offices was nil.

    In Nagaland, all shops and business establishments in the capital town of Kohima and the commercial town of Dimapur remained closed while the bandh hit normal traffic on the roads.

    Attendance was thin in government offices, banks and financial institutions across the state.

    Schools and colleges remained closed as the state government declared a holiday.

    In Arunachal Pradesh, the bandh was total in all the districts of the state.

    In Mizoram, normal life was completely disrupted in the capital city of Aizawl with all government offices, banks, financial institutions, educational institutions and shops and business establishments closed.

    Left Front ruled-Tripura was free from the shutdown with the NESO not having any organisation in the state.

    Addressing the rally, Northeast MP Forum General Secretary Biren Baishya said that the issue of illegal migration from Bangladesh was raised several times in Parliament and would also be raised in future.

    "We have been always telling the central government that this is not the problem of Assam or Northeast alone, but the entire country and we must save Assam today to save India tomorrow," he said.

    He also said that it was the responsibility of the government to provide security to people of the Northeast living across the country.
    NESO vice-chairman and Mizo Student leader S Khunte said that the Northeast was united on the issue of deportation of Bangladeshis.

    "The problem faced recently by the Northeast people in mainland India was due to the government's failure to check migration and deport Bangladeshis from the country," he said.

    Nagaland Students' Federation Advisor NSN Lotha said "there is no place for Bangladeshis in the Northeast and if the government fails to deport them, indigenous people have to step in and carry the movement forward as their identity is under threat." :ranger:

    The rally was also addressed by NESO leaders from Manipur, Meghalaya and Arunachal Pradesh and a protest march was taken out later.

    Bandh disrupts normal life in Northeast - India - DNA
     
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    Assam violence toll rises to six, clashes continue
    November 16, 2012

    Indefinite curfew was imposed in Assam's troubled Kokrajhar district on Thursday after suspected militants shot dead a man and stabbed another.

    The stray incidents of violence, continuing in Kokrajhar and Baksa districts of the Bodoland Territorial Area Districts (BTAD), had claimed six lives and left six injured since last week, officials said.

    The army, which was called in Wednesday night to handle the situation, carried out a flag march in all sensitive areas of Kokrajhar on Thursday.

    Assam violence toll rises to six, clashes continue : Northeast, News - India Today
     
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    and if India will not seal its border then soon this type news will come in light due to the people who are running from Bangladesh, as below :facepalm:

     
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    can we merge this thread to any continuing one on this topi? please help.........

    => here, I dont think any country of the world will let people of other countries directly crossing border and buy local citizenship this way. and at the same time, I dont think supporting this type of illegal entry of the civilians of Bangladesh into India, can proud their rulers/people in anyway. there must be little respect while giving birth to the kids, Bangladeshis themselves can't feed ....... :tsk:

    here the problem exists with the foreign policy of India. they always have to be clear that, "we welcome those countries who may take these bangladeshi shiits. we welcome all those countries who may adopt these shiits of Bangladesh but we dont want them" :wave:

    we always have to be clear that we dont have too much resources to feed those beggars who just fcuk and kick their kids on the Indo-Bangla border to beg in India. we would welcome if any part of the world who may allow these people but we are sorry, we dont have enough place to bring all those who want to enter in India directly from the border. no country would provide citizenship on the border to anyone who wish to enter in that country, and so India. there is nothing to show lollypop to those who want, and Indian Foreign Ministry would always be clear on it........
     
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    one day I told to a Chinese on a forum to do friendship with Bangladeshis and take them to China, as they do support China a lot against India, true. and then he/she showed the link as below, and asked me, do you want these shiits in russia? (he/she thought Im russian) :facepalm:

     
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    in fact, condition for the Bangladeshis and Pakistanis in this world is so bad that no part of the world want them. like this one more news as below: :tsk:

     
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    also, first I have very clear idea about Australia, how they look on Pakistanis and Bangladeshis, as below:-
    and with that, this is how Canada has changed its immigration policy while considering Pakistanis and Bangladeshis as below: :facepalm:

    and about US? I heard Pakistani there generally call themselves "Indian" in US :tsk:

     
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    There can be no doubt about it, Assam is a tinderbox. The situation is very tense, another riot will be too much for the state. The Congress Government, dug its own grave and in the process made the hole in the ground wide enough for the whole Eastern part of India to go in.
    The illegal immigrants should be identified and summarily expelled, there is no question of considering anyone. People who are married to legitimate Indian nationals should also be sent away, if they do not comply, then that Indian too should be deported.
     
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    Illegal Bangladeshi have made Myanmar also explosive!
     
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    Permanent Visa on Arrival for Bangladeshis in Italy and US:

    I have favored "Permanent Visa on Arrival" for Bangladeshis in Italy and US. as its simply make no sense that an Italian woman would help these Bangladeshis come to India in behalf of US's government and hence create problem for Indians this way. I have seen many Italian waitresses in Sydney who just want to get settled in australia someway, and keep smiling on anyone come to these Cafe's there. so we hope, Permanent Visa on arrival for Bangladeshi men in Italy, US will also help these Italian women get settled in Italy itself, as 2nd/3rd or 4th wife of Bangladeshi men and hence giving a boost to the Italian economy also this way :thumb:
     
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    sir, we all here aren't belonging to any political party of our country, but we represent thinking of the people/country/society we belong to. and the same is true for other nationals whether Bangladeshis, Pakistanis, Americans, Mexicans etc. and here, Im running one population control thread also, on Indian and Pakistani defense forums both. and here, click on this link and name even one Bangladeshi who wants to support control on population. I did see few Pakistanis supporting control on population but none from Bangladesh as anyhow they may beg to other nations, mainly India for those they fcuk and kick to other country's border......

    One Child Policy of China and lessons for South Asian nations

    and things get quite complicated when we find every Bangladeshi against India on every political issue. I saw them having very very strong support for CHina against India and they just dont want any type of friendship between India and CHina. and if you allow these people to India then it only means to allow 'enemies' coming to India, whose very first purpose is to destroy this country, because of their background they bring with them. not only the above thread but click on any of the thread related to India on this pakistani forum and check, what exactly the Bangladesh as a nation think about India :frusty:
     
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    I am of the opinion that there is much evidence already there, we don't need to "ASK BANGLADESH ABOUT WHAT IT THINKS ABOUT INDIA? "
     
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    its time for goi to take action or the integrety of our nation will be compromised. The country that owes its freedom to india is now trying to screw india
     
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    look, even if India is a non-religious country with even 80% Hindus only, we do need to discuss the ongoing "Sectarian Wars" in different parts of the world, including in US where we now find too many militias for different races/religions etc... population ratio of Hindus was around 88% in 1947 while its now around 80% right now, while Hindus of Pakistan are almost gone and that of Bangladesh do know the tough circumstances there. can we ignore these facts of Pakistan and Bangladesh who were parts of India before 1947????? and if yes then who will be responsible for any wrong the coming generation may face?????....

    look, India needs to deal with the shiits, even if we want to maintain Secularism. why Pakistan now find its Ahmadis, Shia on daily killing targets, even if they also fall among the Muslims? and here, how it is justified to let this country also fall on the hands of Sectarian Wars in future, specially the North Eastern States where the Bangladeshis particularly have 'anti-India' sentiments????? why don't we have a common consensus to deal with this basic problem??.......... :frusty:
     
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    Even if we can't change our neighbors, we do need to defend ourselves

    I just discussed that 'West Pakistan' was the best part of India before 1947, while right now it has more problems from those who claim themselves to be the 'Defenders' of Pakistan itself...... a majority believe that if India desn't face 26/11 type things so frequently then its mainly because Indians dont need these defenders, nor they would let this type of daily 'target killing' Sectarian War environment imported from its neighbors also......

    India needs to tackle growing violence within North East to make sure that it won't then transferred to rest of the country. even if we can't change our neighbors, we do need to defend ourselves :ranger:

    the above is the statement of that Indian PM who visited to Pakistan by bus in 1999, with a message of peace, and within few months India had got Kargil War, in return. and that war was in fact a 'face off' of Pakistan, who first sent militants o those areas of Kargil which are vacated in winter and then they fought openly in support of those militants, the return of 'Lahore Peace Bus Visit' :toilet:
     
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    its hard to say but this is how North East would be turned up after 15-16 years, if no proper action is taken from today :facepalm:

     
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    I the future there will be another situation similar to 1971we should have taken care of all the Pakistani supporters when we had the chance. Now the chicken has come home to roost, this will continue until there is a tough reply, day by day Bangladesh is getting in the grip of the Wahhabi strand of Islam and this as every where will lead to more sights such as the ones shown in this thread. :mad::shoot:
     
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    We do need to deal with shiits, there must not any reason for the Destruction of this Country :facepalm:

    thats what I said one day, even if we want to maintain secularism, we do need to deal with the shiits and we can't ignore the bottom-line truth that common public are not as aware of right and wrong as we. its not about the 'Sectarian Wars' but the 'innocence' of common public who simply become part of any mob due to their religious/racial belief. and we do need to be able to discuss those things which may lead to destruction of the whole nation and its people........

    i mean, does the Bangladeshi government want to put "Tens of Thousands" in jail all together for continuously threatening its minorities by torching etc, with this type of attacks in over 25,000+ numbers???????? No, you simply can't and then from here, Indian government do need to think about solution of the North Eastern Indian people as whole, who are threatened with illegal infiltration from Bangladesh.........

    for example as below, do you want 26/11 type things very frequent? do you want to import this environment from your neighbors????

    Pakistan faces 26/11 everyday: Mani Shankar Aiyar - Times Of India
     
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