Assam

46 Assam mullahs issue fatwa against singer Nahid Afrin for singing anti isis songs.

Police are investigating whether the fatwa was a reaction to Nahid recently performing songs against terrorism
Leaflets bearing the fatwa in Assamese and the names of the clerics were distributed across Hojai and Nagaon districts of Indian state of Assam.: Forty-six Muslim clerics in Assam have issued a fatwa against up-and-coming singer Nahid Afrin, who was the first runner-up in the 2015 season of a musical reality TV show, asking her to stop performing in public.

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BJP facing heat over new citizenship bill in Assam

Guwahati | Friday, Oct 21
BJP government' s decision to revise the Citizenship Amendment Bill, 1955 to grant citizenship to the persecuted Hindu migrants from Bangladesh is facing stiff opposition in its own ruled state Assam. As many as 26 ethnic organisations, along with influential All Assam Students Union (AASU), have launched a statewide stir to oppose the Citizenship Amendment Bill, 2016 which they say directly contradicts the historic Assam Accord which was signed in 1985 between AASU, Centre and state.According to AASU, which led a decade-long movement to flush out illegal migrants from the state, the Citizenship (Amendment) Bill of 2016 directly conflicts with the 1985 Assam Accord that deems any person Hindu or Muslim illegal if found entering the state from Bangladesh after March 24, 1971.

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How the parivar flouted every law on children to traffic 31 young tribal girls from Assam to Punjab and Gujarat to ‘Hinduise’ them.

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Child trafficking
Sangh outfits(radical hindus) trafficked 31 tribal girls as young as three years from tribal areas of Assam to Punjab and Gujarat. Orders to return the children to Assam—including those from the Assam State Commission for the Protection of Child Rights, the Child Welfare Committee, Kokrajhar, the State Child Protection Society, and Childline, Delhi and Patiala—were violated by Sangh-run institutions with the help of the Gujarat and Punjab governments.

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How the parivar flouted every law on children to traffic 31 young tribal girls from Assam to Punjab and Gujarat to ‘Hinduise’ them.

Hindise.jpg
Child trafficking
Sangh outfits(radical hindus) trafficked 31 tribal girls as young as three years from tribal areas of Assam to Punjab and Gujarat. Orders to return the children to Assam—including those from the Assam State Commission for the Protection of Child Rights, the Child Welfare Committee, Kokrajhar, the State Child Protection Society, and Childline, Delhi and Patiala—were violated by Sangh-run institutions with the help of the Gujarat and Punjab governments.

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