As part of the shadow of Pakistan, Pakistan’s army chief General Bipin Rawat has alleged that Pakistan is resorting to infiltrating Bangladeshis in Assam’s northeastern state of Assam through planned means.
The Indian army chief said on Thursday that China is helping the work to keep the region unstable.
Referring to the increase in the number of Muslims in some districts of Assam, Bipin Rawat said that the increase in the influence of All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF) led by Badruddin Ajmal in the state. His observation, the impact of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in 1980 has increased in the state; At present, Muslim influence is increasing at the same pace.
Bipin Rawat said, while talking about Pakistan’s illegal entry into India’s northeast, Bipin Rawat said, “The planned migration is due to our western neighbor. They always want to influence and influence the region through shadow warfare. ‘
He talked about the security of the northeast border security. The Indian army chief said, “Our western neighboring country is playing very good shadow. This is being done in support of our northern neighboring China to keep the region unstable. In front, we will see more infiltration. ‘
He said, “There is the solution within the problem identification and, above all, it has to be watched.” Illegal entry of Bangladeshis is a major issue of Assam. The current ruling government has started registration of citizens recently to arrest illegal infiltrators.
In 1984, BJP had won only two seats in Assam, said Bipin Rawat, there is a group named AIUDF in the state. If you look at it, you will see that they have been growing faster than the BJP has grown for years. AIUDF is fast moving forward in Assam
In order to achieve the rights of Muslims, AIUDF was formed in 2005. At present, there are three representatives in the Lok Sabha and 11 legislators in the Assembly.
Indian Army Chief Bipin Rawat said, “Only after taking overall measures for the development of this region will solve the problem.”
Referring to the number of Muslims in five districts of Assam, he said, “I do not think the population of this region will change now.”
He said, ‘to separate people, we have to face more problems. Yes, those who are creating instability among us need to be identified. ‘
He said that due to the infiltration of Bangladeshi people, due to various reasons, the human habitation in Bangladesh would shrink due to various reasons.