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AAPSU demands immediate withdrawal of BJP party tickets to 2 ZPM candidates

Itanagar, Nov 29 (UNI) Expressing its strong objection to BJP’s ticket distribution to two of the Zilla Parishad Constituencies under Changlang district for the forthcoming Panchayat election, the All Arunachal Pradesh Students’ Union (AAPSU) on Sunday accused the ruling dispensation of playing with the sentiments of the people by issuing party ticket to “non-indigenous” persons and threatened to launch democratic movement across the state if it is immediately not withdrawn.
“The AAPSU has been apprising the Government since long for non-inclusion of non-indigenous people in the electoral politics in local bodies and also deletion of voting rights of refugees in Arunachal Pradesh in the larger interest of the indigenous people. But the state government has given deaf ears to the consistent representation of the union," it said.
“To worsen the situation it is uncalled that the ruling BJP government is playing with the sentiments of the people by issuing party ticket to non-indigenous person which is bleach to the rights of the indigenous people in the state,” the AAPSU alleged.
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