Guwahati: All Assam Students Union (AASU) has mentioned that union minister of state in ministry of house affairs, G Kishan Reddy’s assertion that clause 6 of Assam Accord suggestion are below state authorities’s examination exposes the lackadaisical angle of the Centre in direction of the advice.

In a written reply to a query of Sambhaji Chatrapati in Rajya Sabha, Reddy mentioned, “The high level committee constituted by the ministry of Home Affairs on clause 6 of Assam Accord has submitted its report to the Government of Assam and its recommendation are under examination of the state government.”

Niloy Dutta, who’s the member of the committee, tweeted,” The clause 6 committee report stays with the Govt of Assam for consideration. Was it ever despatched to the Home Ministry GOI.? The reply in Rajya Sabha is silent on this side. @sarbanandsonwalI am shocked and damage. At least at present, speak to Assam out of your coronary heart”.

Chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal whereas speaking to media individuals mentioned, “The report of the panel is being examined by the government”.

AASU basic secretary Lurinjyoti Gogoi mentioned that the federal government within the Centre and state authorities have said earlier that they’ll settle for the panel with out even altering comma and full cease. “Now see what is happening even though the report has not reached the Home ministry. This exposes the lackadaisical attitude of the government.”

Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuba-Chatra Parishad (AJYCP) chief Palash Changmai mentioned that this was unlucky. “When anti Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) protest was at its peak government announced constitution of clause 6 panel and see despite elapse of several months nothing has happened on the report.”

Convenor of Prabajan Virodhi Manch (PVM) Upamanyu Hazarika mentioned that within the first place, the committee is constituted by the central Government with particular phrases of reference and the report is submitted to the state Government which is in breach of the phrases of reference. The report is submitted approach again in February of this yr and it’s but to attain the central Government. This clearly demonstrates that there was by no means any intention or want to fulfil not solely the electoral guarantees and Clause 6 of the Assam Accord for defense of indigenous individuals, it was merely a ploy to divert and distract consideration.

He added, “It did not require the central Government to constitute a committee of this nature before bringing in CAA, a legislation was brought in immediately to protect foreigners. Whereas for indigenous people who are on their way to becoming a minority under Bangladeshi influx, it is only empty and broken promises. Assam minister Himanta Biswa Sarma has clearly gone on record that the Clause 6 committee report would be implemented in toto without changing a comma or a full stop and he quoted the Union Home Minister in this regard. The same minister after submission of the report said that people Committee members cannot decide the fate of the people of Assam over the mandate given by the people to the Assam Assembly.”

On August 11, AASU made public suggestions of the panel in a media convention. The 14 member panel is headed by Justice (retd) Biplab Kumar Sarma, AASU has three members within the committee.

Aasu said that it made public suggestion for it felt that folks of the state have each proper to know what’s there within the report.

The clause 6 panel submitted its suggestion to the chief minister, Sarbananda Sonowal who accepted the identical on behalf of the Union Home minister Amit Shah in February this yr.

Clause 6 gives for constitutional, legislative and administrative safeguards to defend the cultural, social, linguistic id and heritage of the Assamese individuals.