Assam-Mizoram clash: Congress MP Gaurav Gogoi demands enquiry, says 'failure of constitutional machinery'
Gogoi said the acts of violence have been tamed out at the border multiple times and the gravest incident so far took place on the evening of July 26 on the Assam-Mizoram Border.
Mizoram Home Minister Lalchamliana on Monday claimed that around 200 Assam Police personnel forcibly crossed duty posts and said that the inter-state border issue with Assam should be resolved soon.
“I am writing this letter to bring to your kind notice the heinous incidents of kidney removal. As per media reports, several people have been victimised by the organ trafficking racket,” he wrote.
The senior Congress leader pointed out that in reply to an RTI filed by him, he received state-wise data on the allocation, delivery, and installation of ventilators.
Sarma had recently said the state government will gradually implement a policy, which will enable families with not more than two children to avail benefits under certain schemes.
Prominent Congress leader tells H Khogen Singh there is anger against the CAA in Assam
Gaurav, who is the chairman of the manifesto committee of Assam Congress, said the party became like an orphan after the demise of his father.
Gaurav Gogoi's father Tarun Gogoi, who passed away last November, was chief minister of Assam for three terms successively between May 2001 and May 2016.
Launching the campaign, Congress MP Gaurav Gogoi said the first step to solving a problem is to acknowledge and understand a problem and the campaign is for that first step.
Gaurav Gogoi said the mid-day meal scheme has witnessed a decrease to Rs 11,000 crore compared to Rs 13,215 crore in 2014-15.
Gaurav Gogoi accused the Narendra Modi government of threatening all forms of democractic protests in the country and trying to silence peaceful dissent.
As per the standard COVID-19 protocols, every individual entering Manipur – or for that matter any state of the Northeast – is sent to institutional quarantine.
Congress spokesperson Gaurav Gogoi said that the BJP and the RSS were "unmasked" by Hegde's remarks.