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DYFI CEC condemns the killing of 31 people in Kokrajhar village of Assam

04 May 2014
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DYFI Central Committee strongly condemns the killing of 31 people in Kokrajhar village of Assam by the BODOLAND goondas. This is a repeat of the selective killing of "Bengal Muslims" which had happened in Assam last year. Such fascist attacks should not be allowed in a democratic and secular country like India.

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TRIPURA DYFI, TYF Organise Protest on Railway Issue

02 March 2014
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DEMOCRATIC youth of Tripura gave vent to their anger against the deprivation of Tripura of a railway division. Recently the chairman of the Railway Board announced that three new railway divisions will be opened at Jammu (J&K), Gulbarga (Karnataka) and Silchar (Assam). Of these, while Karnataka and Assam are ruled by the Congress party, the Congress is a partner in the ruling coalition in Jammu & Kashmir. This step of the Congress led UPA government is no doubt aimed at reaping political benefit in the ensuing Lok Sabha elections.

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DYFI protest in the lathicharge carried out on North East students in Delhi

14 February 2014
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The Central Executive Committee of the Dmemocratic Youth Federation of India strongly protest in the brutal lathicharge carried out on North East students in Delhi who were protesting in the killing of Nido Taniam and in increasing attacks on North East people.

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Night Watch Protest Against Gang-Rape of Danish Woman

18 January 2014
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The brutality and brazenness of the recent gang rape of Danish woman near New Delhi Railway Station has shocked everyone in the capital. In the light of growing incidents of sexual assault at public places and increasing feeling of insecurity amongst women. All organisations expressed anger and outrage at the complete absence of security measures around the railway station.

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