Discover and read the best of Twitter Threads about #NRCAssam

Most recents (8)

Linguistic chauvinism, and discrimination. This is something that East Bengali Hindus has suffered from communities hailing from both the states - Assam and West Bengal. But nevertheless, we have gone so far as to be part of the mainstream and have relations with both.
This is a thread in response to a debate between @porbotialora and @IamSourav_b which happened last night, and I was tagged into it.

So here are some truths that I would like to share.
Before I begin this discussion, I would like to share a tweet by @himantabiswa against @asadowaisi

And I firmly believe in this.
Read 6 tweets
Read more on the Gulags being set up by @BJP4India in Assam

This is how Sobibor will come up across India.

States told to set up Centres to detain illegal migrants

ecoti.in/ojgDnY
Read 12 tweets
😂🤣

This tweet, reminded me of this famous line by @MPLadakh

Comedy of #NRCassam

We who grew up in NE, we know how insulting it is to be taunted as foreigner & here is a 7yr old girl.

Father & Mother made to the list, the joker Hajela made 7ys old as stateless.

Parents in NRC, 7-yr-old bears 'Bangladeshi' taunt timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/parents-…
Read 13 tweets
Okk need to talk about this now. After Himanta Biswa Sharma’s statement and also what @SouleFacts says , it seems clear that whatever this article by @joyincal09 in @SwarajyaMag says about #NRCassam #NRCFinalList is true !! Do READ ENTIRE ARTICLE swarajyamag.com/politics/why-a…

(1/n)
“in the end, it may well be the names of a huge number of Hindus — mostly Bengalis, but also Assamese — and indigenous people like Bodos, Karbis, Dimasas, Rabhas etc — that will be left out of the final NRC that will be published on Saturday (31 August).” (2/n)
“Logically speaking, the maximum number of exclusions (of names from the draft NRC) should have been reported from the districts along the India-Bangladesh border that have a huge presence of Bangladeshis who have settled down there illegally,” (3/n)
Read 34 tweets
Justice Ranjan Gogoi was sworn in as the 46th Chief Justice of India at 10:50 am IST on 3rd October 2018.
“I am what I am and I cannot change myself,” the Chief Justice of India said while referring to Supreme Court Bar Association President Mr Vikas Singh’s remarks that Justice Ranjan Gogoi is “strict and perfectionist”.

timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/i-am-wha…
Chief Justice of India Ranjan Gogoi held a rare video conference with all high court chief justices on 5th October 2018 and told them he would do a review in three weeks!
theprint.in/governance/be-…
Read 55 tweets
#NRCAssam It's surprising (actually it isn't) to see a tome of opinion seeking to justify illegal migration into Assam. Isn't Assam a part of India? Illegal migration into Assam impllies illegal migration into India too (1/n)
There was an obnoxious piece of legislation Illegal Migrants (Determination by Tribunals) Act enacted in the 1980s. The name of law itself --Illegal Migrants-- recgonised the enormity of the problem more than three decades ago (2/n)
Read 12 tweets
I heard @AmitShah say those not on #NRCAssam are ‘ghuspaith’ or infiltrators. My cousin a top Guwahti doctor , her mother, my uncle in Tezpur are all now branded that?? This despite giving all papers. What mental torture
They are of course Bengalis and not assamese. Is that the issue?
All those saying just produce papers, those not on list HAD shown papers!! My family is sick of being pushed around. Some left assam when ulfa threats happened, will that happen again? #NRC
Read 5 tweets
A man has 4 sons, one is living a luxurious life, well educated, well dressed, has enough money and resources for his coming generations. Second son is doing okay in life, earns a stable amount, makes his ends meet. (1/5)
#NRCforSecureIndia
Third one can barely make his ends meet. He is uneducated, poor and earns just enough for one meal.
Fourth son is so poor that he can't even afford basic necessities in life. If he is not supported now, he'll anyway die. #NRCForSecureIndia (2/5)
In this situation, is it okay for the father to adopt a fifth son?
Will it be fair for the other kids, who are his prime responsibility?
Will it be okay to give his kids share of resources to someone he is not even obliged to? (3/5)
#NRCForSecureIndia
Read 5 tweets

Related hashtags

Did Thread Reader help you today?

Support us! We are indie developers!


This site is made by just three indie developers on a laptop doing marketing, support and development! Read more about the story.

Become a Premium Member ($3.00/month or $30.00/year) and get exclusive features!

Become Premium

Too expensive? Make a small donation by buying us coffee ($5) or help with server cost ($10)

Donate via Paypal Become our Patreon

Thank you for your support!