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Guwahati: Assam Can see soon New Regional Political PartySecond in two months, even two more are in the process of forming a political front. All these fronts have one thing in common: They were born after the Anti-Citizen Amendment Act (CAA) movement, which crippled the BJP-led state government a few months ago.
Rajya Sabha MP Ajit Kumar Bhuvan pledged to take over the regional Gan Morcha after barely two months, a united political front of regional parties, well-known filmmaker Jahannu Barua And eminent lawyer Arupborora, Arup Borbora – who was a member of the People’s Consultative Group nominated by the banned people United Liberation Front of Assam Ready to launch a new regional party from its platform Achalakabad Security Forum (ASM) – to facilitate direct dialogue between ULFA and the Government of India. After a day-long conference in the northern Assam city on Tuesday, a formal announcement in this regard is likely to be held in Tezpur on Wednesday.
From around 25 districts, ASM representatives made their stand on the formation of the party covering all the tribes and communities of Assam.
He said, ‘We will have no objection to joining hands with political parties, with whom our ideology matches. Borbora said that united efforts will definitely unite. However, he said that he has resolved to remove the “autocratic, stubborn, Hindutva-supreme and corrupt” BJP from power.
Political analyst and professor of political science at Gauhati University, Akhil Ranjan Dutta said that many regional organizations are being dull with political ambitions, but their purpose is not yet clear. He said that the formation of so many regional fronts, which were part of the CAA, has virtually eroded the unity achieved. Anti CAA movement. “The CAA movement brought some unity in the issue, now the formation of all these regional political parties has put an end to it,” he said.
“Failure on behalf of large civil society, who are claiming that they will be detrimental to maintaining the regional aspirations of the people of Assam, to come together, and the formation of some federal unity,” Dutta said.
The regional aspirations, he said, were marked by aspirations of control over the state’s resources, defending the NRC and opposition to the CAA.


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