Assam Congress demands judicial inquiry in violent incidents in state

Assam Pradesh Congress Committee (APCC) president and Rajya Sabha MP Ripun Bora on Monday stated,"'' The Congress party has required a judicial inquiry by a sitting judge of the Supreme Court from the incidents."  Reacting across the BJP's allegation as the Congress's participation in the recent violence over the Declaration (Amendment) Act, the APCC president hit back at the BJP and stated,"Today BJP is entirely headquartered in Assam along with the social gathering has not been able to manage the anger of the public of the country "  From pity to divert the eye of these individuals, Prime Minister Narendra Modi as well as other BJP leaders will blame Congress over these violent pursuits.  We ardently condemned and oppose it.  Congress never thinks in violence and it is a party of non-violence, Ripun Bora stated.  Congress MP alleged the BJP, RSS are involved with the brutal incidents and also the government has patronised it to divert the interest of their folks.   On the opposite side, Assam Pradesh Congress Committee has announced that the series of fresh new agitation programs against this action.  On December 19, the Congress will stage bulk squatting across the country.  On December 22, the Congress party will eliminate Padayatra round their nation against the action.  Aside from this, we'll take the mass signature effort and we have targeted to ship at 20 lakh persons signatures into the President of India by demanding repeal of this unconstitutional act, Bora explained.  He further said the Assam Pradesh Congress Committee has registered a request in the Supreme Court for repealing the contentious act. 
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