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HT Correspondent

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MARGHERITA, March 17: Three frontline organisations of Assam, Margherita Regional Student Union, All Adivasi Student Association of Assam (AASAA) and Satra Mukti Sangram Samity of Margherita regional committee separately burnt the effigies of education minister of Assam Ranoj Pegu and SEBA chairman Ramesh Chandra Jain at NH 315 block tiniali Margherita.

Chintu Gogoi president of Margherita Regional Student Union said that education minister Ranoj Pegu and SEBA chairman Ramesh Chandra Jain are shameless persons of this universe that is why they have not submitted their resignation after two subjects question papers were leaked during this HSLC examination which has ruined the future of our brothers and sisters.

Samuel Topno general secretary of All Adivasi student Association of Assam (AASAA) Margherita regional committee said that it is the policy of this present government is to ruin the education system of SEBA so that the students remain dull and in the coming days they will become bound to drop their studies.

More than 500 members of Margherita Regional Student Union, All Adivasi Student Association of Assam (AASAA) and Satra Mukti Sangram Samity of Margherita regional committee burnt the effigies of education minister of Assam Ranoj Pegu and SEBA chairman Ramesh Chandra Jain where they shouted various slogans such as BJP government murdabad, Dr Ranoj Pegu murdabad, Ramesh Chandra Jain murdabad etc.

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