KMSS asks AJP to combine with it for surveys, sets September 20 deadline | Guwahati News

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GUWAHATI: The Krishak Mukti Sangram Samiti (KMSS) has contributed September 20 since the ultimatum to AJP — that the recently floated celebration by All Assam Pupils’ Union (Aasu) and Asom Jatiyatabadi Yuba Chatra Parishad (AJYCP) — to choose whether to bring additional regional and anti-Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) forces beneath a political stage.
KMSS stated if AJP could not have a decision about this within the period given, they ought to be prepared to confront a competition with a party floated by it before their 2021 assembly polls.
“We desired to combine with the governmental entrance of Aasu and AJYCP to construct the infrastructure of a modernnew and improved Assam and increase burning problems that the nation was facing. But sad to say, the path to the unification transfer we pioneered has nearly been obstructed. Our generosity was regarded as a weakness,” KMSS president Bhasco De Saikia said here on Tuesday.
He explained KMSS was prepared to compromise just for the interest of the nation’s interest and take the struggle to fight BJP from the 2021 meeting polls. “We shouldn’t overlook that while BJP introduces a large challenge , there are also parties like Congress and AIUDF that must be resisted to protect Assam and its own regional interests. If security of the societal life of the inhabitants of Assam is your prime attraction, we (Aasu-AJYCP and KMSS) have to combine. All isn’t lost however,” Saikia added.
Although Aasu and AJYCP have been reiterating the new political party — Assam Jatiya Parishad (AJP) — will pick on its own coalition partners, Saikia termed it an”escapist reply” in both major student-youth associations.
Aasu and KMSS never arrived under a single stage on account of their philosophical differences. On the other hand, the AJYCP, despite being a top partner of this 70-company anti-CAA leading under KMSS for long, abandoned the peasant body to side with Aasu.
KMSS president Saikia said the peasant body hadn’t lost hope of battling 2021 meeting elections together with Aasu and AJYCP as a single unit. “We’ve lost a historic chance after Aasu and AJYCP silenced their very particular political party on Monday. KMSS and its allied associations have consistently been in favour of a single unified regional celebration to overcome BJP and Congress-AIUDF. The gaps between us could have been easily sorted out by framing the constitution consensus. Now, BJP and RSS will probably be more happy to see branch one of the regional and governmental forces,” he explained.
Thirty-five years following its anti-foreigners’ agitation gave birth to Asom Gana Parishad (AGP), the Aasu, in collaboration with AJYCP, on Monday floated AJP. The creation of this new party comes a couple of months ahead of the assembly polls due in Assam first next year. Born from protests from the CAA, the new party is expected to strengthen the agitation from the Act. But, Aasu and AJYCP’s lack of curiosity about roping in additional anti-BJP groups in their ideology was an issue for not just KMSS, but Congress and AIUDF, who suggested a grand alliance of anti-BJP and anti-CAA forces forward of this 2021 meeting polls.

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