Chief advisor of All Assam Students’ Union (AASU) Samujjal Bhattacharya has announced that he plans to retire from the students’ body at the Duliajan conference which is scheduled to be held from November 18 to 21, this year.
He said, “I will retire at Duliajan conference. Earlier I wanted to retire from AASU at Moran and Dudhnoi conferences.” According to Bhattacharya, he has been planning for his retirement for quite some time now only to be stopped by his comrades.
He added that he has been unwell for quite some time and hence his doctors have advised him to rest. The leader had also said that even though he would leave the organisation he will continue his work for the organisation till his last breath.
The AASU leader also reacted to the statements and allegations of him being side-lined due to the autocracy of the present leadership (under Dipaka Kumar Nath) which was labeled by a former AASU activist Simanta Thakuria. He said, “I disdain the misinterpreted comments on me by a recently-resigned state executive of the AASU.”
He went on to reiterate his stand on abstaining from politics and stated that he would continue to work for the interests of the indigenous people of Assam by remaining outside the circle of politics and political parties. Earlier MLA Satyabrata Kalita from Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) had appealed Bhattacharya to join AGP.
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